Face Masks Will Be a 'Personal Choice' in England, Says UK Minister

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The government will stop requiring masks in many public locations. Bill Mark says more the UK Housing Minister, Robert Gen. Rick said Sunday that once laws are loosened, the British public will be able to make a personal choice on mask wearing In Scotland, where authorities have control over coronavirus rules. Officials insist there will be an ongoing need for mosques and several high profile public health experts have called them a useful tool against new variants and future waves. Willem Marx reporting, Federal land managers have closed a number of national forest

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