15 EU countries still require masks to be worn while flying

15 EU countries still require masks to be worn while flying

According to updated guidance from the European Aviation Safety Agency and the European Center for Disease Prevention and Control EASA/ECDC, the mandatory wearing of protective masks on Ryanair flights during flights in the EU and at EU airports is cancelled. 

The exception is EU countries where governments still require mandatory use of personal protective equipment in public transport. There are currently 15 such countries.

List of EU countries that still require mandatory wearing of masks in public transport:

Austria,

Germany,

Greece,

Spain,

Italy.

Cyprus,

Latvia,

Lithuania,

Luxembourg,

Malta,

Netherlands,

Portugal,

France,

< p>Czech Republic,

Estonia.

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