The 12-year-old claimed wearing masks 'risks causing children serious harm' to their physical and mental health.
All the noises from the government’s top coronavirus advisers this week have suggested face masks could still be a feature of our lives this time next year.
"I've never made any statements regarding wearing masks," the actress wrote on Instagram.
Morrisons and Sainsbury's have already announced they will clamp down on shoppers who don't wear face masks.
London mayor Sadiq Khan has asked the government to make face masks compulsory in outdoor shopping areas.
Sir Patrick Vallance advised caution after the rollout of the UK's mass coronavirus immunisation programme.
While taking questions from reporters Wednesday, Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden responded to President Trump’s remarks at a town hall criticizing Biden for not enacting a mask mandate. “I’m not the president. He’s the president,” Biden said.
In testimony before the Senate Subcommittee on Labor, Health and Human Services, Education, and Related Agencies, CDC Director Dr. Robert Redfield stressed the importance of face masks to reduce the spread of coronavirus, and suggested that they could be more effective than a vaccine.
The Irish pop twins told the rocker that he should 'realise what you gotta do and wear a mask' in public spaces.
The government has announced face masks should be worn in some schools – contrary to what ministers had previously been telling the public.
The 72-year-old Fleetwood Mac singer begged fans to take the 'horror story' of the coronavirus pandemic seriously.
Leah Butler-Smith, who refuses to wear a face covering, suggested that the government are "brainwashing" the public.
Major stores have issued guidance as new laws come into force, but most will stop short of policing the rules.
Wearing face masks in shops will be mandatory in England from 24 July, with people facing fines of up to £100 if they fail to do so.