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  • Writer's pictureBruce Lamb

Do I Have To Wear A Mask?

This Post Is In Connection With The Unlawful Fines Imposed Against Two Sale Moor Business Men £100 Each? £200 in Total.

The Crime - Not wearing A Mask When One was Mask Exempt?

Four Visits and an Environmental Health Visit.. Included in the deal "Well be back " "We Can shut you down" Corona Marshalls and Nazi Brown Shirt Tactics.

The problem isnt Corona Virus As There Is NO Pandemic Its The 5G GHz Bands and the Swabs and Vaccines That Are The Problem.. This is Just A Cover For Genocide.

THE ANSWER To The Mask Point IS NO - By the way

The Govt Are Carrying Out A Social Engineering Exercise With You - Can I Think For Myself?

Am I Critical Thinker or Am I Easily Lead?

When you do not need to wear a face covering

In settings where face coverings are required in England, there are some circumstances where people may not be able to wear a face covering. Please be mindful and respectful of such circumstances, noting that some people are less able to wear face coverings, and that the reasons for this may not be visible to others.

This includes (but is not limited to):

  • children under the age of 11 (Public Health England do not recommended face coverings for children under the age of 3 for health and safety reasons)

  • people who cannot put on, wear or remove a face covering because of a physical or mental illness or impairment, or disability

  • employees of indoor settings (or people acting on their behalf, such as someone leading part of a prayer service) or transport workers - although employers may consider their use where appropriate and where other mitigations are not in place, in line with COVID-19 Secure guidelines

  • police officers and other emergency workers, given that this may interfere with their ability to serve the public

  • where putting on, wearing or removing a face covering will cause you severe distress

  • if you are speaking to or providing assistance to someone who relies on lip reading, clear sound or facial expressions to communicate

  • to avoid harm or injury, or the risk of harm or injury, to yourself or others - including if it would negatively impact on your ability to exercise or participate in a strenuous activity

There are also scenarios when you are permitted to remove a face covering:

  • if asked to do so in a bank, building society, or post office for identification

  • if asked to do so by shop staff or relevant employees for identification, for assessing health recommendations (e.g. by a pharmacist), or for age identification purposes including when buying age restricted products such as alcohol

  • if required in order to receive treatment or services, for example when getting a facial

  • in order to take medication

  • if you are delivering a sermon or prayer in a place or worship

  • if you are the persons getting married in a relevant place

  • if you are aged 11 to 18 attending a faith school and having lessons in a place of worship as part of your core curriculum

  • if you are undertaking exercise or an activity and it would negatively impact your ability to do so

  • if you are an elite sports person, professional dancer or referee acting in the course of your employment

Face coverings are not required in restaurants with table service, bars and pubs. If other indoor premises have a café or seating area for you to eat and drink, then you can remove your face covering in this area only. You must put a face covering back on once you leave your seating area. If removing your face covering to eat or drink in an indoor premises with a café or designated seating area, then you can remove your face covering in this area only.

The government’s guidance for keeping workers and customers safe during COVID-19 in restaurants, pubs, bars and takeaway services clearly advises that designated indoor seating areas for customers to eat or drink should at this time only be open for table service, where possible, alongside additional infection control measures.


You don't need to. There's no legal document or proof that you need to carry on you.

If you're challenged about not wearing a mask:

  • You could tell the person: "I'm exempt for health reasons", or "I have a good reason that you can't see. Please be kind".

  • Or you could write down your reason to show people, on a piece of paper or on your phone.

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