22nd February 2022
The prime minister has announced an end to all remaining Covid restrictions in England, including the legal requirement to self-isolate.
In its place, the government has put forward a “Living with Covid” plan.
The plan to end all legal restrictions is for England only. Restrictions remain in place in other parts of the UK.
Remaining restrictions include:
Anyone who had their second dose more than four months ago must also have received a booster to be considered fully vaccinated.
Work from home advice has ended, although the government wants some staff to continue working remotely.
A gradual easing of Covid restrictions is under way but some measures remain in place:
Covid certificates in nightclubs, mandatory face coverings, track and trace requirements and the cap on 30 people in private homes are no longer legal requirements.
Legal measures have been replaced by guidance, such as recommending face masks are still worn in certain public settings.
Adapted from BBC News
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