By January 27, COVID-19 buses will no longer have to enter emergency times and the use of masks in public schools will no longer be necessary. After that date, masks were no longer enforced in public places in England, the Associated Press reported.
Again, the UK government no longer encourages people to work from home.
Hospitals in the north of England are still under pressure due to the spread of COVID-19, but according to Johnson, hospital care for patients in care homes elsewhere in England is stable or declining, the AP said.
In England, patients will have to be weaned for another five days, but Johnson said the procedures could be completed in the coming weeks. Restrictions were imposed in December to delay Omicron’s rapid transformation and make the weapons available to the public.
“Because COVID is infected, we need to replace legal requirements with guidelines and instructions, encouraging people living with HIV to be more careful and considerate,” he said.
Johnson warned that the disease has not yet passed, and called on people to be vigilant in the last weeks of winter, the AP said.
Scotland and Wales are shaping their public health policies and have announced similar reductions in bans, the AP said.
With more than 152,000 confirmed COVID-153,000 deaths, the number of deaths in the UK is the second highest in Europe, the AP said.