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Lincolnshire health boss responds to face covering rules




Health bosses in Lincolnshire say they need more detail as wearing face coverings in shops and supermarkets becomes mandatory from July 24.

The government will announce later today (Tuesday) that those who fail to comply with the new rules will face up to £100 in fines.

Lincolnshire County Council’s assistant director of public health Tony McGinty said officials were “short on details” at the moment.



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