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First primary school in UK to make wearing a mask compulsory for all

A PRIMARY school is set to be the first in the country to make kids wear a mask.

Children heading back to the Milton Keynes school in September will be required to wear a mask or plastic face shield – apart from when eating lunch or going on daily walks.

Premier Academy Eaton Mill Primary School’s headteacher, Warren Harrison, told parents in a newsletter of the changes – warning them they also had to wear a mask if they wanted to come into the school.

He wrote: “All staff, children, parents, carers and visitors must don a mask when on site or they will not be allowed access.

“Face coverings are not acceptable. We recommend the N95 or surgical masks.



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