Face mask “peeling off”: parents are forced to buy masks for children ten times the cost of adults
- Dinosaur masks cost £13 each, while frozen masks cost £11.
- In comparison, the average price of an adult hood is about £1
- Boris Johnson warns that masks may also become essential in stores
Children’s masks are charged ten times as much as adult masks, as retailers try to profit from locking requirements.
The price of dinosaur masks is £13 each, while the masks decorated with Elsa in the Disney movie Frozen are priced at £11, and the mask of the computer game Minecraft is £14.
By comparison, the average price of an adult mask is only 1 pound-sometimes as low as 66 pence per mask.
The high prices were issued before the statement indicated that the government might require masks to be worn in stores.
The Children’s Frozen Mask has been sold for £11 for two
The animals that display dinosaurs, as shown in the picture above, each cost 13 pounds.
Child masks with the theme of Minecraft cost £14. The government warns that they may force masks in stores
The retailer also placed Marvel heroes on children’s masks, making it priced at 8.50 pounds, animal faces, the price increased to 10 pounds, and the unicorn price was 6.99 pounds.
Six-year-old mother Rebecca Jones (40 years old) from Newport told Sun on sun She will not be able to afford all these masks.
She said: “I have to take the ferry next week, so I have been trying to find a mask for my 11 year old.”
“But I can only find a store that sells them, and the price of £5 each is twice the price of the adult store I bought in Asda.
If you end up having to buy them for all my children, it will be too expensive. Moreover, two-year-old children will continue to get away. “
Patterned masks put pressure on parents to pay more for the child’s facial protection.
There are ordinary children’s masks, the price of four is 2.99 pounds, each price is 74 pence.
On the other hand, the average price of an adult hood is £1-each price is only 66 pence
Child masks decorated with Marvel heroes each cost £8.50
As authorities demanded the use of celebrities to limit the spread of coronavirus, many celebrities were photographed wearing masks.
Amber Heard wore a red mask while attending the High Court in London. When the lady Judie Dench visited the British Wildlife Centre in Surrey, she wore animal masks.
Boris Johnson warned on July 10 that the requirement to wear masks on public transportation may also be extended to stores.
He said: “We have to be stricter and insist that people wear masks in confined places where they usually don’t meet.”
In England, the rules stipulate that anyone over the age of 11 should wear a mask when taking a ferry, bus, train or plane.
This practice has been expanded in Scotland, where people must also wear facial coverings in stores.
The World Health Organization recommends that anyone under the age of 60 wear a mask on public transportation or in certain enclosed working environments.
They say this may provide a “barrier to potentially infectious droplets” and “the physical separation of at least one meter is impossible.”
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