MOST mornings I go to the newsagents for a newspaper. 

Although they show a sign in their window asking people to wear a face covering, people are still going in not wearing one.

Maybe they think, just nipping in for a newspaper or cigarettes doesn’t matter.
This puts a lot of pressure on small shop owners/shop assistants to refuse entry.

I feel that maybe one standard official sign, supplied by the council to be displayed in all small shops, warning that anyone entering the shop without a face covering will not be served, will take the pressure off them. 

Whilst I appreciate that most people do adhere to the rules and that some people could be exempt, it is the small minority that don’t adhere to the rules that could still be responsible for the spread of Covid-19.

Reg Coulton, via email