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Many public transport users in England are not to wear their masks and coatings properly, an expert has warned.

The wearing of face coverings has been mandatory in the public transport in England, since the 15th of June.

A woman riding on a bus wearing a mask (Picture: Getty Images)

Professor Susan Michie, a member of the Scientific Advisory Group for Emergencies (Sage) the sub-group on behavioral sciences, said that many people are not aware of how to properly cover their face and are unknowingly putting themselves and those around them at risk.

According to the government.uk website, which covers the face “should cover the mouth and nose while allowing you to breathe comfortably”.

“Wash your hands or use hand sanitizer before putting on and after taking it off,” the site advises.

“Avoid touching your eyes, nose, or mouth all the time and storage used for the face coverings in a plastic bag until you can wash them.

“Do not touch the front of the covers face or part of the face of covering which has been in contact with your mouth and your nose. Once removed, make sure you clean all surfaces of the face covering the affected.”

However, the Teacher She told The Sunday Telegraph that a lot of people seem to wear their face coverings below the nose and of the holding of the prior of items to delete, rather than use the straps behind the head.

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