Vaccines minister says mask wearing will be ‘expected’ after 19 July

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    Masks will still be ‘expected’ in crowded places such as public transport when most remaining Covid restrictions are lifted later this month, Nadhim Zahawi, the vaccines minister, says in a toughening up of rhetoric amid concerns about soaring infection rates. He says the move to the final stage of reopening from 19 July is responsible, despite predictions from the health secretary, Sajid Javid, that daily infection levels could top 100,000, a record for the pandemic

    Nadhim Zahawi says mask wearing will be ‘expected’ after 19 July

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