For the last few months, normality has been wiped from London. Aside from the catastrophic human cost of coronavirus, businesses have been shut and people incarcerated in their own homes.
But despite the clear guidance from the government, support from the World Health Organisation and increasing evidence to confirm their importance as barriers preventing the spread of coronavirus, there is a vocal minority who oppose them.
Perhaps wrongly interpreting the Government’s latest coronavirus advice, he made sure to wear a blue covering but placed it in the wrong spot while walking along Oxford Street.
To mask up or not to mask up, it’s been a hotly debated subject over the last few months. But this week the rules around wearing face coverings in England changed.
HUNDREDS OF PEOPLE HAVE GATHERED IN HYDE PARK IN CENTRAL LONDON TO PROTEST AGAINST WEARING MASKS.
THOUSANDS OF COMMUTERS WERE PREVENTED FROM BOARDING LONDON BUSES OVER THE WEEKEND, DUE TO NOT WEARING FACE COVERINGS.