COVID-19: Face masks may not be needed indoors over summer, deputy chief medical officer suggests

COVID-19: Face masks may not be needed indoors over summer, deputy chief medical officer suggests
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Face masks may not be required indoors in public places over the summer, one of England’s deputy chief medical officers has suggested.

Prime Minister Boris Johnson has set out a roadmap for easing the COVID-19 lockdown which envisages all legal limits on people’s social contact ending by 21 June at the earliest.

Asked if face masks would still be mandated indoors in public spaces after this happens, Dr Jenny Harries told a Downing Street news conference that this might not be the case.

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