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The decision of whether or not to wear a face covering on public transport is not an easy one for those exempt, with many feeling the pressure to wear one anyway – despite not being required to. Bus Users’ Victoria Walker gives an insight into the experience of one such passenger

Face coverings have become a divisive issue on public transport. We know of numerous cases where people with an exemption have been challenged or abused for not wearing one, or have simply avoided travelling altogether.

Anne and Tony Broughton.

To find out what it’s really like, Bus Users Programme Manager, Victoria Walker, spent a day riding buses with Anne and Tony Broughton.


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