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Lincolnshire public health bosses ‘on the fence’ over mask use

Public health bosses in Lincolnshire remain on the fence about whether or not people should wear face masks in order to prevent the spread of coronavirus.

Tony McGinty, assistant director of public health at Lincolnshire County Council, said he would be led by the science but still had concerns over people disposing of masks properly.

The government is expected to review evidence about masks today (Tuesday, April 21) before making a recommendation of whether or not the public should wear them.

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