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Face coverings are currently required on public transport and when visiting hospital or attending as an out-patient, and encouraged in other situations where social distancing is difficult, such as shops. From 24 July 2020, it will be compulsory to wear a mask in shops and supermarkets as well. Children under 11, some disabled people and those with breathing difficulties are exempt. Find out more about exemptions to face masks rules on the government website.
Scotland – face coverings are mandatory on public transport and in shops. Exemptions apply for children under five, for some transport workers including drivers separated by a perspex screen, and for people for whom a disability prevents them for wearing a face mask.
Northern Ireland – face coverings are mandatory on public transport.
Wales – face coverings are not currently required in Wales, but it recommends people wear three-layer face coverings where social distancing is not possible. Face coverings will be mandatory on public transport in Wales from 27 July.
Read more: https://www.which.co.uk/news/2020/07/coronavirus-should-we-be-wearing-face-masks/ - Which?