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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.

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