While masks won't be law, they'll still be required in some places like the London transport network.
The UK government's expecting people in England to 'come to sensible decisions' when all legal Covid restrictions lift, next week.
While masks won't be law there, they'll still be required in some places like the London transport network.
One hospitality boss has dubbed Monday 'chaos day' - others say the responsibility of Covid measures now lies with them.
But the UK Housing Minister Robert Jenrick believes businesses want this sort of freedom
#COVID19: People using public transport in England beyond 19 July should still be ready to wear a face mask despite the ending of its legal requirement as part of the government's roadmap for easing restrictions https://t.co/8Zc8KXsnD0— Sky News (@SkyNews) July 15, 2021