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Face coverings no longer required in shops

There is no longer any legal requirement to wear face coverings in stores in the whole of the UK and Ireland after Covid restrictions in Scotland were lifted yesterday (Monday, April 18). While all LEGAL restrictions have been lifted, governments and health experts...


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Face coverings no longer required in Wales

It is no longer a legal requirement to wear face coverings in shops and on public transport today (Monday, March 18) as the rule was lifted by the Welsh first minister, Mark Drakeford. The legal obligation to stay at home if you test positive for Covid has also been...


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Face coverings in Scotland to stay in place until April

Scotland's rules on face coverings in shops and on public transport will remain in place until April due to a rise in cases of Covid-19. All other restrictions on businesses and services such as the requirement for businesses to collect customer contact details, are...


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Ireland Covid regulations: mask rules are removed

The legal requirement to wear face masks in some public locations across the Republic of Ireland have been removed. This means the Irish public will no longer have to wear face coverings in shops, schools, on public transport, and in other indoor areas. This also...


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Scotland Announce new covid regulation updates

On Tuesday 22 February, Scottish First Minister Nicola Sturgeon addressed Scottish parliament with new plans for managing life with covid. Sturgeon announced that from March 21, 2022, the legal requirement to wear facemasks in indoor settings, shops and public...


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Northern Ireland Covid Restrictions Lifted

On Tuesday 15 February, all remaining Covid restrictions in Northern Ireland will be lifted. These rules include the use of Covid certificates in nightclubs, face coverings in public spaces, track and trace requirements and the cap on thirty people allowed in private...


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