From Friday 10 December 2021, the public, and staff in public-facing areas in England, are required to wear face coverings in these additional settings:
This includes guest accommodation as the guidance says ‘you should continue to wear a face covering in other indoor places that are not listed above, which are crowded and enclosed and where you may come into contact with people you do not normally meet’.
Read the guidance here – NB the above list is not comprehensive – see below for exceptions.
Masks NOT required in hospitality settings
The main public guidance has also been updated in line with the ‘Plan B announcement’ on 8 December. This guidance also contains a list of premises where people are exempt from wearing facemasks, which includes:
NB Settings in which face coverings are required must display signage or take other measures to ensure customers are aware of the requirement to wear a face covering on their premises where there is no applicable exemption or reasonable excuse.
See the guidance on what you can and cannot do here.
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