The well being secretary has defended the Cupboard not carrying face coverings after Boris Johnson suggested individuals to put on masks, saying they’re “not strangers”.
A photograph of the crowded Cupboard assembly yesterday confirmed none of them carrying masks forward of the prime minister laying out his winter plan, through which he stated individuals ought to put on face masks in crowded areas.
However Well being Secretary Sajid Javid stated this was “completely constant” with that messaging.
He instructed Sky Information: “As a result of what we stated was individuals ought to take into account carrying masks in crowded locations when they’re with strangers, with individuals they are not usually spending time with.”
Requested whether or not MPs at Prime Minister’s Questions on Wednesday ought to put on masks, following the recommendation, Mr Javid stated: “They are not strangers.”
He admitted individuals are influenced by others, however stated: “Each particular person ought to make the choice primarily based on the recommendation they’re given and the scenario they discover themselves in on the time.”