LONDON :The use of face masks has been tightened in England from Saturday to reduce the spread of the global epidemic of corona virus (Covid-19). Masks have been used in shops, shopping centers, banks, takeaways, post offices, sandwich shops and supermarkets since July 24. From now on, the use of masks has been made mandatory in various other places as well. According to the new rules issued by the government, masks have been made mandatory in cinema halls, museums and places of worship from Saturday. Masks have already been made mandatory on public transport. However, the use of masks will not be mandatory for those under 11 years of age. Similarly, the use of masks will not be mandatory even if there are physical disabilities, poor health conditions, and the use of masks will affect various diseases including physical and mental. Tightening of face masks in England.
Prime Minister Boris Johnson has already instructed the Home Ministry to implement the government’s policy. The government has already imposed a fine of up to pound 100 for violating the rules on the use of masks. Instead of a mask, a simple scarf can be used, which can cover the nose and mouth. Masks can be removed at places where you have to reveal your identity, including the bank, and at the age limit. The government has tightened the use of masks as corona infections have been on the rise in the UK recently. The corona virus has killed 46,413 people in the UK as of Friday. Similarly, corona infection has been detected in 950 more people in the last 24 hours. Prime Minister Boris Johnson has been urging everyone to unite to control the second wave of corona infection. Tightening of face masks in England.
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