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Pandemic Restrictions and Face Covering Survey

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With the government’s pandemic restrictions easing further from this week, more than half the people who took part in a local bus company’s online survey – have said they think face coverings should still be worn on public transport.

57% of those who took part in the survey – which was carried out by Border Bus, thought that it should still be mandatory to wear a face covering when on a bus or train.

Meanwhile, East Suffolk One understands that many pubs and resturants here in Suffolk are expected to maintain similar ways of operating, after stage 4 of the Government’s ‘Roadmap’ comes in to effect from Monday 19th July.

This will include encouragning customers to keep wearing face coverings – and providing contact detials.

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