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Spain ends compulsory use of face masks on public transport

Health minister hails ‘important step towards normality’ as country eases anti-Covid measure

The use of face masks has ceased to be compulsory on public transport in Spain, bringing an end to almost three years of the government’s most visible anti-Covid measure.

Masks became obligatory on public transport on 4 May 2020 after the socialist-led coalition government introduced legislation decreeing they had to be worn by those using buses, taxis, trains, metro systems, aeroplanes or boats.

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