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FFP2 masks mandatory in shops and on public transport from Monday

March 8th, 2021

Wearing FFP2 face masks in shops and on public city transport in Slovakia has been made mandatory from Monday, according to a Public Health Authority regulation. In addition to shops and public city transport, the obligation also applies to trains and long-distance buses. The three exemptions apply in the case of FFP2 masks, although ordinary face masks are still obligatory each time. The exemptions are for children up to the end of the first stage of primary school, those in custody or serving a prison sentence, and staff performing work classified as of third category in terms of the heat, such as working at blast furnaces.


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