Wearing masks won’t be mandatory in UK as of July 19: Johnson

British Prime Minister, Boris Johnson, announced that wearing masks against the Coronavirus won’t be mandatory in closed public places in England two weeks from now.

BBC quoted Johnson as saying that the British government intend to lift all Covid-19 restrictions across the country, as of July 19.

He said that next week will see the final decision that will allow employees to return to their offices and end social distancing work and not obligate passengers to wear masks on public transportation.

Johnson called for caution, even though the data show that the vaccination campaign has broken the link between infections and deaths.

Source: Jordan News Agency