ScotRail issues mask guidance to people using train services

ScotRail has issued guidance over face coverings and masks for people using its rail services.

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From today (Monday) it is no longer a legal requirement to wear face coverings in indoor settings - such as shops, restaurants and on public transport - across Scotland.

The Scottish Government has changed these laws to guidance instead.

ScotRail has now issued its own guidance following the change.

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ScotRail returns to public ownership on Friday - exactly 25 years after it was privatised. Picture: John Devlin

It said: “We recommend customers continue to wear a face covering while travelling on our trains and at stations in line with Scottish Government guidance.”