Those who fail to wear a face covering will face a fine of up to £100 - in line with those failing to wear a face mask on public transport. But where do you need to wear a mask?
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It is now against the law to go into a shop, takeaway, post office, supermarket or train station in England without a face covering - here's what you need to know.
From today, wearing a face covering over your nose and mouth is mandatory by law in all shops and supermarkets in England.
It is also compulsory by law in post offices, banks, indoor shopping centres, and when buying takeaway food and drink, for instance from a cafe.
The law - which also covers people not wearing a mask over their nose and leaves the police the right to assist with those who refuse to leave - will remain in place for up to a year.
Exemptions include for the disabled and children under 11, while people can be rueful remove their mask if asked - for example to show ID.
Places where you must wear a face covering by law in England from July 24
Shops, including banks and post offices
Takeaway food and drink shops or cafes, if you're not sitting down to eat or drink and if there's no table service available.
Indoor shopping centres - excluding any area with sit-down food and drink service
Transport hubs - excluding any area with sit-down food and drink service
Places where it's advised to wear a face covering, but it's not a legal requirement
It already was mandatory on public transport - and is now mandatory in the stations and airports too.
Venues can turn away those without a mask - which can just be a a fabric covering, scarf or bandana - and police can issue £100 fines as a "last resort".
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