LONDON-Students will be forced to wear a face mask in public places in England’s high schools in confined spaces, British Education Minister Gavin Williamson said Wednesday after a government crackdown on them.
Ministers have rejected the need for students to wear masks in the pits despite a review of recommendations from the World Health Organization (WHO), but the government has now said face masks should be worn in schools in areas facing restrictions on the spread of COVID-19.
Principals in some areas will have an understanding of recommending the use of a mask in their schools for students between the ages of 11 and 18.
“There are certain areas of the country where we have had to make local doors and we see fit in these few places that in high schools, in public places, for children to wear faces,” Wellon told Sky News.
It is the latest move by the British Prime Minister Boris Johnson’s government to take control of the epidemic and we are under pressure to ensure that all English students return to school after an altercation earlier this month.
This new policy on scandals is also the latest in a series of scandals that have plagued the Scottish government, which has been embroiled in a series of epidemics, following changes in the placement of tests and emphasizing facial expression.
Huw Merriman, chairman of Parliament’s transport committee and a member of Johnson’s party, said it sounded like the government was doing this as it went on.
“It’s time to stop hiding science, which continues to change, and focus on who we are in control,” he told BBC Radio.
Wiltonon, who apologized after the algorithm-testing program saw the numbers of students getting lower marks than expected, said the change of masks came after a change in WHO guidelines.