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KentOnline Podcast: Face coverings could stop people with autism from going into shops

There are concerns about the impact the compulsory wearing of face coverings in shops could have on people with autism.

It's feared those with sensory issues won't want to wear them and others may not be able to communicate with people who've got them on, especially if they like to lip read.

We hear from the mum or a teenager who has autism and from the Kent Autistic Trust.

Also in the podcast - new rules could be brought in for jet skiers, the lavender fields in Kent that have helped Yardley become a global success and why we're all talking about star signs.

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