New COVID Rules Sparks Enforcement Debate As Face Masks Become Compulsory | Good Morning Britain

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New COVID rules come into effect but how will they be enforced? The Managing Director of Iceland says he supports the reintroduction of compulsory face masks ‘but he won’t be asking store colleagues to police those who refuse.’

Broadcast on 30/11/21

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