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Face covers are becoming mandatory in stores in England – BBC News




Wearing face covers in stores in England is mandatory from 24 July, failing which it could result in a € 100 fine. After initially being skeptical about the effectiveness of helping to spread coronaviruses, he says the government has evolved its approach as scientific advice has changed. People will have to cover their mouths and noses in other enclosed public spaces, such as benches, public transportation hubs and transportation. In some places, it is up to individuals to decide, including pubs, gyms, and movie theaters. Pre-coverage in Scotland is mandatory in stores, although not in Wales, and from August Northern Ireland will be running a public information campaign encouraging people to use face coverings before deciding whether or not they are mandatory. Clive Myrie has been featured on BBC News from Sarah Corker’s business correspondent in Wakefield. Subscribe HERE .



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