The former Oasis guitarist said: "I choose not to wear one and if I get the virus it's on me, it's not on anyone else."
Speaking on The Matt Morgan podcast, Gallagher called the UK policy of wearing face coverings in shops but not pubs and restaurants "b*******", adding: "It's not a law. There's too many f****** liberties being taken away from us now."
Face coverings are also compulsory on public transport.
Gallagher explained how he refused to wear a covering on a train journey recently to Manchester.
The former Oasis bandmate has since vented that if he gets the virus "it's on me" as he addressed his civil liberties.
Noel explained that he resisted calls to wear a mask on trains and shops in Manchester.
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