Two-thirds of adults still plan to wear masks in shops and on public transport
The latest weekly release from the Opinions and Lifestyle Survey, two-thirds (64%) of adults in Great Britain said they still plan to cover their faces in shops, following the lifting of the legal requirement to wear them in indoor settings in England from today.
The same percentage (64%) plan to wear masks on public transport, while 60% plan to avoid crowded places.
Over half (54%) of adults said they are looking forward to going on holiday abroad when coronavirus rules end.
Meanwhile, more than half (57%) were worried about the plan to lift the restrictions in England.
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Office of National Statistics