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List of shops and restaurants in England and their policy on masks after 19th July


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Supermarkets

  • Tesco - will encourage customers and workers to continue wearing masks in its supermarkets.

  • Sainsbury's - will encourage all customers to wear a face covering if they can. Sainsbury's added that if staff are behind a screen, they will not have to wear a mask.

  • Lidl - The supermarket will have signs at entrances to remind shoppers that mask wearing is recommended by the government

  • Aldi - will encourage customers and workers to wear face coverings when they are in stores

  • Waitrose - John Lewis and Partners "recommends" that shoppers wear a face covering, unless exempt. The company said the decision "will be for each individual to take".

  • Asda - A spokesperson said Asda will "encourage customers to be respectful to each other and to follow the government guidance on face coverings". There will be signs and announcements in stores to encourage shoppers to wear masks.

Retailers

  • Waterstones - The book store said in a tweet it would "encourage our customers to wear face masks and observe social distancing".

  • John Lewis - John Lewis and Partners "recommends" that shoppers wear a face covering, unless exempt. The company said the decision "will be for each individual to take".

  • Primark - The store said it hopes "people will continue to think of others and wear a face covering if they can".

  • H&M - The company is encouraging staff and shoppers to continue wearing a face mask.

  • Beaverbrooks jewellers - staff will still be wearing visors or masks. The store said it cannot enforce customers to wear masks but would prefer them to do so.

  • Wilko - The chain is recommending face coverings for staff and is asking customers to "show their support by wearing theirs while shopping too".

  • B&Q - Signs in stores will ask shoppers to continue to wear face masks unless exempt and to keep a safe distance from others.

  • Screwfix - From July 19, wearing a face covering is a "personal choice", but the company asked customers to continue wearing one for the safety of workers and other shoppers.

  • Argos - will encourage all customers to wear a face covering if they can.

  • Ikea - The furniture retailer is encouraging the use of face coverings in England, but said it "recognises that this is a personal choice for customers and co-workers".

  • Superdrug - is waiting for more detailed government guidance before confirming its rules from July 19. In the meantime, the current mask and social distancing policy remains in place.

  • Boots - The health and beauty retailer recommends that customers continue to wear face masks in stores, especially during busy times and in pharmacy areas. Staff will continue to wear masks.

  • The Body Shop - It will be optional for staff to wear face masks. The retailer suggested customers can choose whether or not to wear a mask as it understands "individuals are at all different stages of processing 'freedom day' and what they feel comfortable with".

  • Food and drink venues

  • Greene King pubs - The company did not say whether masks will be mandatory for those not sat at a table, but said it would loosen social distancing restrictions and maintain its enhanced cleaning regime.

  • Harvester, Toby Carvery, O'Neill's pubs, All Bar One and other businesses owned by Mitchells & Butlers - Wearing a face mask will be "a matter of personal choice for staff and guests". Drinking at the bar and while stood up will be allowed, but the company is encouraging customers to use order and pay at table apps.

  • London Borough Market - Face masks continue to be compulsory when people are not eating or drinking

  • Visitor attractions

  • Natural History Museum - is “recommending visitors wear face coverings"


  • London Dungeon - the venue will “highly recommend that face coverings are worn inside our attractions” while staff will carry on wearing PPE

  • Historic Royal Palaces (The Tower of London, Hampton Court Palace, Banqueting House, Kensington Palace, Kew Palace and Hillsborough Castle and Gardens) - “expects and recommends” visitors to wear face coverings

  • Spitalfields Market - Masks will not need to be worn in the outdoor market itself but the shops within it can ask customers to wear masks inside.

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We all know that a large percentage of the population will continue wearing their petri dish face coverings. By this point it doesn't really matter why any more, only that we have a collective reality and the people that keep doing this are creating a reality which is going to affect all of us - not least that many of the humans who were babies and toddlers at the start of all this will be severely retarded in their understanding of facial expressions. That's where we're headed.

 

Congratulations to the sheeple. So smart, so wise

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18 hours ago, Ethel said:

We all know that a large percentage of the population will continue wearing their petri dish face coverings. By this point it doesn't really matter why any more, only that we have a collective reality and the people that keep doing this are creating a reality which is going to affect all of us - not least that many of the humans who were babies and toddlers at the start of all this will be severely retarded in their understanding of facial expressions. That's where we're headed.

 

Congratulations to the sheeple. So smart, so wise

Communication of real intent is made by the whole face. I learnt this as a small boy and it's an invaluable skill when assessing the validity of the actual words coming out of a mouth.

 

We are already deep into the age of gross deception and wanton lies from the top down. At a societal level in our day to day encounters, only a deceiver would want their facial expressions hidden.

 

You are correct - this generation of babies are going to grow up full of naivety and ignorance. 

 

It would not surprise me if we move onto the eyes at some point; that a future strain will gain access more easily through the human eye so that the windows to the soul are also hidden from view. Nothing is out of the bounds of possibility given the absolute shitshow of lies we are living in.

 

 

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I never wore a mask wherever I went anyway, if asked I politely said I was exempt, no problems at all the entire time for me, maybe I was lucky. Will be nice to see people’s faces for a change 

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1 hour ago, Seeker said:

I never wore a mask wherever I went anyway, if asked I politely said I was exempt, no problems at all the entire time for me, maybe I was lucky. Will be nice to see people’s faces for a change 

 

Ditto here, never wore a mask and never will. 👊

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I heard someone earlier I know saying they will continue to wear a mask so they don’t accidentally kill someone. It’s sad that these people have been brainwashed so hard into this kind of thinking. And they’ll be the ones begging for the NWO to ‘keep them safe’ 

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In a way...all this time was a revealing way to see how the intelect of ''graduates, High profile, some Nurses and many many others that are so self indulged with their own ''inteligence'' falling for all this....

And it is still increasing by the day....i wonder how do they feel to be a fully ''qualified'' fresh from Indoctrination Camp...

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22 hours ago, Seeker said:

I heard someone earlier I know saying they will continue to wear a mask so they don’t accidentally kill someone. It’s sad that these people have been brainwashed so hard into this kind of thinking. And they’ll be the ones begging for the NWO to ‘keep them safe’ 

So by that logic i have been committing attempted murder everytime i went into a shop without my face mask. 

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4 hours ago, Fluke said:

So by that logic i have been committing attempted murder everytime i went into a shop without my face mask. 

I don’t think the word ‘logic’ fits anywhere in this persons mind 🤣

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On 7/19/2021 at 9:05 PM, Seeker said:

I heard someone earlier I know saying they will continue to wear a mask so they don’t accidentally kill someone. It’s sad that these people have been brainwashed so hard into this kind of thinking. And they’ll be the ones begging for the NWO to ‘keep them safe’ 

 

Like I keep saying, its all psychological manipulation and social engineering, and sadly for many people it has worked.

 

By the same logic, you might accidentally kill someone if they step out in front of you while driving your car, so probably best to leave the car at home, or better still sell it and buy a bicycle or bus pass. Think of the lives you could save! 😜

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8 minutes ago, Anti Facts Sir said:

Better still, you could kill yourself and thus prevent any future interactions, accidents or potentially fatal occurrences for other people. That's true selflessness.

If the news ever said this, a portion of the population would actually do it 

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Costa are taking (something along the lines of) the right approach.

 

From their website (although they haven't made a song and dance about it):

 

"

Following an update from the UK Government earlier this week, we are pleased to confirm that we will be safely easing some restrictions within our stores in England from Monday 19 July.

Since the start of the pandemic, our number one priority has been the safety of our team members and customers. So, as we gradually return to normal, we want to make sure you continue to feel safe when visiting our stores. We have invested millions of pounds in enhanced safety measures for our customers and team members – many of these measures will remain in place after 19 July. Our teams will continue to follow enhanced hygiene and safety processes, and our Perspex screens, Drive-Thru lane shelves and hand sanitiser stations will remain in place.

 

However, in line with Government guidance, we can begin to relax some of the measures in our stores in England. Customers and team members will no longer be required to wear a face covering or leave contact details for NHS contact tracing services, and more tables will be available for you to use both inside and outside our stores.

While face coverings and two-metre social distancing will no longer be mandatory, we know that for many customers these practices continue to provide comfort when they are in public places. We therefore ask for your continued support for those who choose to wear a face covering, or who would like some additional space when ordering to take away or choosing to sit inside."

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