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According to Taoiseach, Micheál Martin, it is mandatory to wear a face covering on public transport starting from Monday, 13th July 2020.
People who do not comply with the new law could face fines of up to €2,500 and/or six months in prison.
People will not be allowed to stay on buses or trains without a mask.
Under the HSE guidelines, children who are age thirteen will be exempted from wearing a face covering on public transport.
People with trouble breathing, people who cannot remove a face covering without help and people with special needs and who may feel upset or uncomfortable wearing a face covering will also not have to wear them on public transport.
You should always protect yourself and other people while going outdoors as well as at home.