Face masks mandatory in cinemas, museums and places of worship from next week, PM announces


MIchael Leach, 29, who was shopping for clothes for his little girl, said: ‘I think the way it’s going we’ll end up in a full lockdown again and it’s going to ruin again. everyone’s plans. “The distribution employee added, “It’s probably going to get worse before it gets better, I have a funny feeling it’s going to come back with a bang. ”

Michael Bennett, 79, said: “It’s scary for everyone, isn’t it, for young and old. What can you do? You follow what they (the authorities) say. ”

Lorraine Woodhead, who suffers from COPD breathing problems, said her reaction to the news was “Oh, another lockdown”.

Manningham’s 63-year-old grandmother said: “You get up and it’s all back. It all comes from people who don’t wear face masks or play by the rules, ”adding that she only ventured out of the house if she had to.

Samantha Grainger, 31, of Holme Wood, said face covers should have been introduced much sooner and she understood why the new restrictions were imposed.

The full-time mom said, “Better to be 6 feet away than 6 feet under.

“If people had listened from the start, if Boris Johnson had brought face masks early rather than six weeks after the fact, maybe we wouldn’t be at this point. “


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