EUROPE — (07-14-20) — Leaders in Britain and France tighten rules on wearing face masks in gay and straight bars, clubs and restaurants due to the spark in COVID-19 cases.

This Friday at Ku-Bar in London, CIRCA The Club, and my personal favorite, G-A-Y Late, we are sure to see responsible LGBTQ party goers styling their signature and designer masks along with their new outfits.

The UK government announced on Tuesday that masks are required to be worn in all shops, clubs, bars, restaurants and malls until July 24.

Prime Minister Boris Johnson said on Monday that he thought “face coverings do have a real value in confined spaces,” saying so due to his own experience with the COVID-19 virus but also with scientific evidence that masks help curve the coronarivus virus.

“We are not out of the woods yet, so let us all do our utmost to keep this virus cornered and enjoy summer safely,” said health minister Matt Hancock in the House of Commons on Monday.

French President Emmanuel Macron said on Tuesday during an interview on FRANCE 2 and TF1, that he would like to make masks mandatory for indoor and public spaces starting August 1 due to “weaknesses” in our current preventive measures.

“We do it for public transport and it works very well, but it’s a bit erratic in closed public spaces,” said Macron in a joint interview with French networks France 2 and TF1.

“I recommend to all our fellow citizens who are listening to wear a mask as often as possible when they are outside and of course when they are in a closed space,” said Macron.

Article by: Paul Goldberg, Staff Writer

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