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Thursday, April 15, 2021

POLL: Should face coverings be made mandatory in public?

There is divide surrounding the wearing of face coverings amid the Covid-19 pandemic.

Health institutions throughout the world, including International organisations, such as W.H.O, are recommending the use of face coverings to stop and minimise the spread of the virus.

Nations around the planet have taken the recommended guidance in various capacities in recent weeks, with Melbourne very recently making the wearing of face coverings in public mandatory throughout the region.

Do you think Ireland should take a similar approach?

Should face coverings be made mandatory in public?
9146 votes


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