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Masks are no good for deaf people as they cannot lip read others. Also wearing a mask with a behind the ear aid is very uncomfortable and pushes the aid outwards where it is in danger of falling out of ear. The non NHS aids are now costing several hundreds of pounds (dependent on hearing loss).


If you are accompanying a deaf person or anyone who needs to see your face - you are excempt from wearing a mask. Equally wearing a behind the ear aid also exempts you from wearing a mask


A visor is better than nothing.

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