Three quarters of Brits 'will keep wearing masks on public transport'

Three quarters of Brits 'will keep wearing masks on public transport'
Three quarters of Brits 'will keep wearing masks on public transport'
Masks could be here to stay as three quarters of Brits say they will keep wearing them on public transport – and 64% back shops barring people who refuse to cover up EXCLUSIVE: Poll suggests high proportions of Brits plan to keep wearing masks Nearly two-thirds would support businesses barring people who won't don them Some 72 per cent are likely to wear on public transport and 67 per cent in shops

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Masks look to be here to stay as a poll showed three-quarters of Britons plan to keep wearing them on public transport.

An exclusive poll for MailOnline has found that 72 per cent of the public are likely to don coverings to go on the train, Tube or bus after they become voluntary on 'Freedom Day'.

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Two-thirds say they will keep the habit in shops and cinemas - while 32 per cent even expect to do so in parks, according to the research by Redfield & Wilton Strategies.

Some 64 per cent would back businesses barring customers who refuse to put on masks, and significant proportions would feel uncomfortable inside with others bare-faced.

The evidence of ongoing anxiety among the public comes despite Boris Johnson declaring his intention of pushing ahead with 'Freedom Day' on July 19.

The poll by Redfield & Wilton Strategies for MailOnline found 64 per cent would back businesses barring customers who refuse to put on masks

The poll by Redfield & Wilton Strategies for MailOnline found 64 per cent would back businesses barring customers who refuse to put on masks

The research found 72 per cent of the public are likely to don coverings to go on the train, Tube or bus after they become voluntary on 'Freedom Day'

The research found 72 per cent of the public are likely to don coverings to go on the train, Tube or bus after they become voluntary on 'Freedom Day'

Almost all legal restrictions are set to be axed

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