FACE masks - to wear one or not to wear one, that is the question.

Earlier, Prime Minister Boris Johnson said people in England "should be wearing" face masks or other coverings inside shops to help prevent the spread of coronavirus.

The prime minister said the government would decide in the next few days if "tools of enforcement" were needed.

His comments had followed days of speculation the government may move to introduce the rule.

On Sunday, senior Cabinet minister, Michael Gove had told the BBC that face coverings would not be made mandatory in shops, but should be worn out of courtesy and consideration for others.

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Face masks are already mandatory on public transport in England, but what do you think about the measures?

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