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Italy drops COVID face mask rule for public transport

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Italians will no longer have to wear face masks on public transport, the health ministry said. Italy is one of the countries worst-hit by the pandemic. More than 177,000 deaths from COVID-19 since the start of its outbreak early in 2020.
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Italy drops COVID face mask rule for public transport

Italians will no longer have to wear face masks on public transport, the health ministry said late on Thursday, in the latest easing of rules against the coronavirus pandemic.

2 months ago·United Kingdom
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Masks rule to stay for public transport

Wearing face masks on public transport and in cinemas is still mandatory, the Department of Health said.

2 months ago·กทม, Thailand
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Italy Drops COVID-19 Face Mask Rule for Public Transport

Italians will no longer have to wear face masks on public transport, the health ministry said late on Thursday, in the latest easing of rules against the coronavirus pandemic.

2 months ago·United States
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Italy drops COVID-19 face mask rule for public transport

Italians will no longer have to wear face masks on public transport, the health ministry said late on Thursday, in the latest easing of rules against the coronavirus pandemic.

2 months ago·Manila, Philippines
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2 months ago
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Masks from October in hospitals, but not on public transport: the new rules

From October 1, the rules for the use of masks in Italy have changed. The obligation remains in hospitals and RSA, while they will no longer be mandatory on public transport, such as trains or buses, or in indoor places, such as schools, but yes in the workplace

2 months ago
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