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Mandatory wearing of face masks in shops ‘under review'

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Mandatory wearing of face masks in shops ‘under review'

Mandatory wearing of face masks in shops ‘under review'

Robert Buckland says that wearing a face covering in a shop is “common sense” and “common courtesy”.

The justice secretary says the government is keeping the matter “under careful review”.

However, the wearing of face coverings in shops remains optional.

Report by Jonesia.

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