Breaking: UK Declares Use Of Face Mask Compulsory For Public Transport Users.


England has declared use of face mask as compulsory for those that use public transport effective from Monday June 15.

This new rule is applicable rains, tubes, buses, ferries and planes. But people won’t have to wear them inside railway stations or bus terminals.

A British official reported: “I can announce that as of Monday 15 June, face coverings will become mandatory on public transport.

“The evidence suggests that wearing a face masks offers some, limited protection.

“You can be refused travel if you don’t comply and you could be fined.

“It’s a condition of travel. You cannot travel if you are not wearing a face covering.”

A fresh nationwide advertising campaign will be launched in the coming days to let me people know of the new rules.

There will be exemptions for anyone with breathing difficulties and young children.

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