COVID Rules in the UK, Government Eases Coronavirus Restrictions-

on April 06 at 06:14 PM

UK Government eases COVID-19 curbs in the country. No need for masks in closed spaces and Covid passes are not mandatory from February 11 in the country. The government said that it was the first time after Christmas that they are removing coronavirus restrictions and rules. On Thursday, PM said that it is time to return to Plan A and end Plan B, as the Omicron and coronavirus cases are decreasing.

In the last two weeks, the number of infections is going down in the UK. In addition, the cases are fallen sharply and hospital admissions are decreasing too. The official data suggests the Omicron wave is going lower every day.

Due to the increase in the cases of Omicron and spike in infections, the UK government switched to Plan B on December 8. Prime Minister Boris Johnson announced the tidal wave of coronavirus in the last month.

In Plan B, wearing facemasks in closed spaces and Covid passes were mandatory in the nightclubs, pubs and other events.

Now, the data says that more than 35 million people had their booster jabs in the arms in the UK. The cases are going down and more than millions of people are in support of lifting the restrictions in the country. For more visit : Sleeping Tablets On line UK

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