By Charlie Loran • 27 October 2020 • 20:14
THE new restrictions enforced by the Gibraltar Government will see mask-wearing become law in the town centre after the press reported just ten per cent of the population were doing so voluntarily.
Chief Minister Fabian Picardo explained the measures are necessary to prevent another lockdown as there are currently 115 infected and one person in ICU at present in the country.
The numbers are minor compared to Spain however, obligatory mask-wearing is hoped to prevent any further spread.
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