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A woman walks along the street in England following a law being passed making wearing face coverings compulsory in Retail Settings on July 24 2020
FACE COVERINGS MUST BE WORN ON PUBLIC TRANSPORT warning sign. Green quarantine sign that help to battle against Covid-19 in the UK. RASTER.
(200611) -- LONDON, June 11, 2020 (Xinhua) -- A person takes the escalator at London Bridge Station in London, Britain on June 10, 2020. Face coverings will be compulsory on public transport in England from June 15 to help contain the transmission of the novel coronavirus, British Transport Secretary Grant Shapps said on June 4. (Photo by Tim Ireland/Xinhua)
London, UK. 5th June, 2020. UK government announces masks or face coverings to be made compulsory on public transport. Credit: JOHNNY ARMSTEAD/Alamy Live News
People riding a bus in Dublin wear face coverings, which are now compulsory on public transport, as Ireland enters phase three of Covid-19 lockdown restrictions.
Bournemouth, UK. 15th June 2020. Bus drivers in Bournemouth wearing masks at the wheel on the day public transport users have to wear compulsory face coverings when travelling.Credit: Richard Crease/Alamy Live News
London, UK. July 11th. A man stands in front of a 'Sale' sign on Oxford Street as people in London prepare for the possibility of Face coverings becoming mandatory in shops and other public places across the UK. (Credit: Jacques Feeney | MI News)
Passengers wearing face masks on the Jubilee Line in East London as face coverings become compulsory on public transport in England with the easing of further lockdown restrictions during the coronavirus pandemic.
23rd July 2020, Plaza Mayor, Madrid, Spain: A street artist wears a face mask while chatting with a friend in the central Plaza Mayor / Great Square. Many European countries are slowly returning to normal life after lockdowns to prevent the spread of the covid-19 coronavirus, with social distancing, mask wearing and other restrictions in place. In Spain wearing masks on public transport, in shops and closed public spaces is compulsory. Despite these controls some local lockdowns have been imposed in some parts of Spain to try and control new outbreaks of the virus.
LONDON, UK - 22 August 2020 Passenger numbers are now starting to rise and trains are getting busier especially in during rush hour. Most people are wearing face coverings which has become mandatory on public transport when social distancing is not possible after a government campaign to reduce the spread of covid-19 coronavirus. Credit: amer ghazzal/Alamy Live News
An overweight man and woman wearing face masks in public in England following a law being passed making wearing face coverings compulsory in shops
FACE COVERINGS MUST BE WORN ON PUBLIC TRANSPORT warning sign. Green quarantine sign that help to battle against Covid-19 in the United Kingdom. Vector