Sadiq Khan has confirmed that wearing a mask on the London Underground and on buses is mandatory despite the end of Plan B announced by Boris Johnson yesterday.
Yesterday, Wednesday, January 19, the British Prime Minister announced that Plan B would be abolished in the UK. Most health restrictions such as wearing a mask, health pass and delivery will not be mandatory from next week. Isolation of positive Covid 19 cases in March will also be a matter of the past.
Although Sadiq Khan welcomed the news, he praised the government.Review the results“Regarding wearing a forced mask. London mayor believes “Wearing a mask is one of the easiest and most important things we can all do to prevent the spread of Covid 19.”, So London decided to continue wearing the mask on public transport.
“If we are to learn one thing from this epidemic, we must refrain from making all our efforts and sacrifices without compromising our efforts. This is why wearing a mask can be a condition for enjoying TfL services.“Following the Prime Minister’s statement, he said.
Transportation may be denied by TfL’s 500 officers if Londoners do not wear a mask, but will no longer be fined.