Mouth masks are mandatory on public transport in Auckland, New Zealand

 New Zealand health officials say wearing masks is mandatory on public transport as well as on domestic flights.


The government has taken this decision as new coronavirus infections are found in society. The revelation comes after a student was diagnosed with a new corona infection in the country last week.


Commenting on the issue, New Zealand Health Minister Chris Hipkins said, "Including the use of masks in the fight against the virus is the best way to prevent the spread of the virus."

Mouth masks are mandatory on public transport in Auckland, New Zealand

 The mask will be mandatory from next Thursday, and Auckland residents over the age of 12 will be required to wear the mask when traveling in and out of the city. Taxi drivers are also required to wear face masks.


The police have been instructed to monitor the masking law.


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