Face coverings to be made compulsory on public transport in England

Passengers face fines from 15 June for flouting new rule to stop spread of coronavirus

Face coverings on public transport will be compulsory from 15 June in England to help stop the transmission of coronavirus as more people go back to work, Grant Shapps, the transport secretary, has said.

The government will require people to wear face coverings on buses, trains, tubes and other modes of public transport from that date, when non-essential shops are likely to reopen.

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Passengers face fines from 15 June for flouting new rule to stop spread of coronavirusCoronavirus – latest updatesSee all our coronavirus coverageFace coverings on public transport will be compulsory from 15 June in England to help stop the transmission of coronavirus as more people go back to work, Grant Shapps, the transport secretary, has said.The government will require people to wear face coverings on buses, trains, tubes and other modes of public transport from that date, when non-essential shops are likely to reopen. Continue reading…

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