Use of face coverings
Following the Government's announcement that England will enter 'Plan B', the use of face coverings is now mandatory in most public indoor spaces, at large venues and events, and on public transport.
A face covering is something that covers the nose and the mouth. Anything that fits securely around the nose and mouth can be used as a face covering, for example, a bandana, scarf or a face mask.
For more information visit the face covering section of the GOV.UK website.
If you are concerned about guidelines not being followed, you can also report a business in breach of COVID-19 regulations.