Information about the current government guidance and advice for residents
This page was last updated at 4pm on Thursday, 20 January 2022. We will update this page as more information becomes available.
The government has announced that Plan B measures will be lifted in England.
From Wednesday, 19 January 2022:
You are no longer asked to work from home if you can. Speak to your employer about arrangements to return to your workplace.
From Thursday, 20 January 2022:
Staff and pupils in secondary schools or colleges are no longer required to wear a face covering in classrooms.
From Thursday, 27 January 2022:
You will not be required to wear a face covering, including in communal areas of schools. You will still be strongly advised to wear one in crowded indoor spaces (unless exempt).
You will no longer need to show your NHS Covid Pass at venues and events by law.
For more information and updates visit the GOV.UK website
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