'The way to stop the spread of the virus in offices is to have social distancing' July 15, 2020

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The health secretary Matt Hancock told Nick Robinson that the Government is not considering compulsory face coverings in offices. He said: "In offices you tend to spend a lot of time with the same people. The way to stop the spread of the virus in offices is to have social distancing, either two metres or one metre plus mitigations in place." He added, "The same is true of classrooms". Credit: AFP Getty Images



The health secretary Matt Hancock told Nick Robinson that the Government is not considering compulsory face coverings in offices. He said: "In offices you tend to spend a lot of time with the same people. The way to stop the spread of the virus in offices is to have social distancing, either two metres or one metre plus mitigations in place." He added, "The same is true of classrooms". Credit: AFP Getty Images