Free Day will not be delayed beyond July 19th and face mask legislation will be abolished, Matt Hancock tells MPS
Free Day will not be delayed beyond July 19, and public transport face mask legislation will then be abolished, Matt Hancock told MP this afternoon.
The Minister of Health has confirmed that covid’s regulations and legislation will be extended until midnight on July 18.
After that, the law will be abolished. In other words, if the train or bus mask is gone and not hidden, you will be fined.
It is not yet clear whether they must be stored elsewhere, such as in a store, or in an indoor venue.
Hancock told parliamentarians at the House of Commons this afternoon:
“We also have some other Covid regulations that are essential to keep us safe, public transport face coverings, regulations that empower local outbreaks, and Covid to local governments. Authority to implement safe measures.
“All of these will be extended until midnight on July 18th.
“I don’t want to extend these regulations by one day more than necessary.”
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