Part of the guidelines explain that masks are unnecessary for workforces when they are in close proximity which is in contradiction to Boris Johnson’s ‘Road Map ‘address in parliament when he advised that the wearing of face coverings should be made in a confined space such as shops, where people may mix with individuals from beyond their household.
It is also in contrast with the government’s advice that commuters should wear a mask when using public transport.
So the message seems to be: wear a mask on your way to work but not when you get there.
Perhaps we should be learning how other countries are minimising risk of infection and acting on their example.
Wearing a mask needs to be implemented with a high level of hygiene and care, such as ensuring your hands are correctly sanitised and masks fit properly and are changed when required.
Surely it makes sense to take every precaution in these challenging times.
As people return to work we will see how the infection rate will develop and more clearly what the best strategies on how to keep safe are.
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