Factors associated with wearing a facemask in shops in England following removal of a legal requirement to do so during the COVID‐19 pandemic
British Journal of Health Psychology, August 2023
Louise E. Smith, Robert West, Henry W. W. Potts, Richard Amlôt, Nicola T. Fear, G. James Rubin, Susan Michie
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