Govt Guidelines On When To Wear A Mask

December 6, 2020

The Government has released a graphic to help provide guidelines of when to wear a mask. This follows after the Government announced that regulations have been amended to introduce fines – $500 for the first offence and $1,000 for the second offence — for “persons not wearing a mask in accordance with the law.”

Govt Mask Guidelines Bermuda Dec 2020

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As the island and world deals with the Covid-19 pandemic, we are doing our best to provide timely and accurate information, and you can find more information on the links below.

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  1. Raskarr says:

    What counts as “extreme activity?” What about overweight Bermudians who consider a slow walk to be an extreme activity? These ridiculous authoritarian rules will be the downfall of this island.

  2. Question says:

    According to this graphic you only need to wear a mask in a shop, workplace or public transport in circumstances where you can’t keep 6 feet distance.

  3. Wanttoknow says:

    Has anyone seen a description of what a “mask” is? I have looked and looked and can’t find a definition (guidance, yes, but not a legal standard). What is the requirement for a “mask”? How can a person be fined for not wearing something that has not been defined?