England is set to drop all face mask rules on July 19 after it was revealed that continuing such restrictions in the area would cost the economy billions and force many businesses to close.
“The need to wear facemasks on public transportation and in stores will be replaced by instruction advising people to wear a mask in specific situations, rather than forcing it,” the report said. the Times.
The judgment follows the findings of an internal economic impact assessment conducted by the government’s Events Research Program detailing the many impacts of social exclusion measures on businesses.
Politico playbook reveals that is, “keeping an eye on any measures that would cost the economy billions and appear to be almost too much for businesses.”
Specifically, places that sit in the interior such as the arts, cinema and business activities will reach just 59 per cent of their turnover in 2019 if the bans remain, paying them a whopping £ 4.88 billion next year.
Even if the remaining restraint being retained is face masks, “The entire event industry will reach only 82 percent of turnover in 2019. Those seated in the indoor area will be only 72 percent. sit only 65 percent. Areas that do not sit outside the house will account for only 82 percent of their number in 2019. ” – READ MORE
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