German city introduces face masks for shoppers, following Austria

German city introduces face masks for shoppers, following Austria

The city of Jena in eastern Germany has decided to make people wear face masks when shopping or traveling on public transport. Jena, which has reported 119 COVID-19 infections in an overall population of 110,000, has chosen to follow the example of Austria. Austria, on Monday, mandated shoppers to wear masks in supermarkets. The Czech Republic now requires everyone to wear masks when in public.

Timothy
Timothy
kaaaaaaarl
kaaaaaaarl 1 months

Pictured here, a healthy german woman.

Alex
Alex 1 months

What's next... People walking into banks with ski masks? That I would like to see... 😁

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