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Confusion over disorder policy UK minister says it shouldn’t be mandatory – BBC News

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Two days later, when Boris Johnson stated a stricter approach to dealing with coverage in England, one of his top ministers said they should not necessarily be done in stores. Michael Gove, the Cabinet Office minister, said he trusted people’s common sense and that wearing masks in a store is “good practice”. The work has required clarity. Nowadays masks on public transport in England are mandatory to be worn in shops in Scotland as well. In Wales, face covering is recommended, but not mandatory, when social distance is difficult. Mishal Husain has reported on BBC News to Katy Austin correspondent and Fergus Walsh medical correspondent. Subscribe HERE http://bit.ly/1rbfUog .

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