Anyone travelling on public transport in England must wear a face covering from Monday under a new rule. https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-53045386.
Anyone travelling on public transport in England must wear a face covering from Monday under a new rule.
New rules requiring passengers to wear a face covering on their journey will come into force on public transport across England from Monday, Transport Secretary Grant Shapps confirmed on Friday. £100 fines will be issued to public travelling on trains and buses without face coverings. Under the changes, operators will be able to stop passengers who refuse to follow the rules from travelling and direct them to leave services. The police and Transport for London authorised personnel will also be able to issue fixed penalty notices of £100, or £50 if paid in 14 days. Exemptions for the use of face coverings will apply to those with certain health conditions, disabled people and children under the age of 11.
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