Children and masks: what are the rules in France?

Children making masks at school
There has been a very low rate of infection in children from Covid-19

Children will also be affected by new rules on wearing masks in public spaces set to come into force in France from at the start of next week - here we recap the other rules for this age group.

The government yesterday (July 16) announced that wearing masks would become compulsory in all public enclosed spaces from the beginning of next week. This ruling will also affect certain children, depending on their age. 

It will be mandatory for all children of collège ...

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