Earlier this month the Health Secretary Matt Hancock revealed that wearing face masks in offices would not be mandatory in the UK. This comes after the Government rolled out new rules that consumers would need to wear face masks in shops from July 24 and could face fines of up to £100 if they chose not to do so. The Telegraph previously reported that face masks could soon be recommended in all public places including offices and other workplaces, with officials beginning private talks with groups representing employers, The Guardian stated. READ MORE Worker claims to be let go for wearing a face mask to work However, on BBC Radio 4’s Today programme, while referencing The Telegraph’s report, Hancock said: “No, that isn’t going to happen, and the reason is...
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