Many Countries Around The World Implement Mandatory Mask Orders

Many countries around the world have launched a new round of mask injunctions! The United States, Germany, France, Britain, Iran, Australia, etc…

On July 23, Beijing time, there were more than 15 million confirmed cases of COVID-19 worldwide. In the United States, 3.94 million were diagnosed with new coronary pneumonia and more than 140,000 deaths. There are reports that the actual number of infections in the United States far exceeds the number of reported cases, and Trump admits that the US epidemic “will get worse”!

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Many states in the U.S. urgently pushed forward the mask order, and Trump changed his mouth to urge people to wear masks!

The rebound of the new crown pneumonia epidemic in the United States is grim. With the epidemic data “riding on a rocket”, American society finally remembered masks. The United States has so far implemented some form of “mask order” in at least 39 states, and President Trump has also uncharacteristically, claiming that wearing a mask is patriotic.

Even in areas where there is no state-level mask order, such as Oklahoma City, Oklahoma and Atlanta, Georgia, municipal governments have issued mandatory mask orders. According to CNN, at least 39 states in the United States are currently implementing some form of mask order.

It is not accidental that the states hurriedly moved the export orders. At present, American society’s perception of masks has begun to reverse. Trump tweeted on July 20: “When you can’t maintain social distancing, wearing a mask is patriotic.” After tweeting on Monday that “wearing a mask is patriotic,” Trump again called on Americans on Tuesday, especially Young people put on masks, “whether you like it or not, masks are useful”.

Large retailers such as Wal-Mart, Best Buy and Kroger have also begun to jointly issue a “mandatory mask order” to wear masks when entering stores. Wal-Mart announced that beginning July 20, all its Wal-Mart stores and Sam’s Club stores in the United States will require customers to wear masks. Best Buy’s mandatory wearing of masks will take effect on the 14th, and Kroger’s rules will take effect on July 22.

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Mandatory wearing of masks in all indoor public places in France

French Minister of Health Weiland said on July 18 local time that masks will be mandatory in all indoor public places from July 20, including shops, public reception places, indoor markets, and banks. In addition, he also said that paying attention to maintaining interpersonal distance and increasing testing efforts are still the most basic methods to fight the virus.

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Mandatory Supermarkets to wear masks, offenders fined 100 pounds

Regarding the wearing of masks, Britain finally made mandatory regulations. From July 24 on wards, masks must be worn in shops and supermarkets in England. Those who fail to comply with the new regulations will face fines of up to 100 pounds.

This move will align England, Scotland with other major European countries such as Spain, Italy and Germany.

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Ireland implements mask wearing mandatory

Ireland stipulates that people must wear masks when taking public transportation from July 13, and offenders will face a fine of 2,500 euros or six months in prison.
Earlier, Transport Minister Shane Ross said in an interview with RTE Morning Ireland that as restrictions are relaxed, public transport will face pressure. He said that the capacity of public transportation will increase to the maximum in the next few weeks, but in order to protect people’s health, people will be required to wear masks.

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Iran implements mandatory wearing mask order

In order to curb the spread of the epidemic, the Iranian government has issued measures to force people to wear masks in gathering public places, indoor places, and government departments that provide public services from July 5th.

Iran’s Supreme Leader Khamenei recently released a photo of himself wearing a mask, urging government officials and the country’s more than 80 million people to follow the guidelines of the health department.

 


Post time: Jul-28-2020