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France to make face masks compulsory

The European country of France, which is expected to ease its lockdown restrictions on 11th May, will make face masks compulsory on public transport.

The big announcement regarding the new plan has been made by France Prime Minister Edouard Philippe.

As per the new policy, face masks will be compulsory in schools also – which is expected to reopen in the near future.

Not all students will have to wear masks. Only students aged between 11 and 15 will be asked to wear masks.

Several other European countries have envisaged similar exit plans. Spain in one of the countries which has recently developed an exit plain.

Like in other European countries, non-essential shops and markets will remain close till a order tells otherwise.

The state has bestowed all essential shop authorities with the right to direct their customers to wear masks.


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