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Will mask wearing still be common in Britain after the pandemic is over?

By Nathan Abrams, Professor of Film Studies, Bangor University
Hayley Roberts, Senior Lecturer in Public International Law, Bangor University
Simon Willcock, Professor of Sustainability, Bangor University
Thora Tenbrink, Professor of Linguistics, Bangor University
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In east Asian countries, past disease outbreaks have made face masks part of everyday life – but the social context supporting such behaviour isn’t present in the UK.

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