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Covid: media, the United Kingdom towards the elimination of the Green pass

2022-01-14T15:41:30.667Z

The British government is moving towards the elimination of the green pass in England, introduced a month ago only for the entrances to discos and mass events. (HANDLE)



(ANSA) - LONDON, 14 JAN - The British government goes towards the elimination of the green pass in England, introduced one month ago only for admissions to discos and mass events.


   It could take place on January 26, when the anti-Covid measures provided for by the so-called plan B to counter the Omicron variant will be reviewed. This is what we read in the media of the United Kingdom, according to which the Minister of Health, SajidJavid would have shared a strong impatience towards the certificate already expressed by many conservative deputies, in particular the hundred who had voted against his introduction in the House of Commons (approved only thanks to aivoti of the Labor opposition), in a sign of open rebellion to Prime Minister Boris Johnson.


    It is also thought to abandon the indication to work at home, another measure provided for by the restrictions of plan B, while that for the use of masks for public transport and shops would remain.

This in light of the "encouraging signs", as Javid said yesterday, that arrive: contagions are decreasing on a weekly basis, as are hospital admissions, while according to several scientists, the wave triggered by the Omicron variant of the coronavirus has reached its peak and now the United Kingdom is sailing towards the exit from the difficult period.

Meanwhile, Scotland and Wales have already eased some of their restrictions.

(HANDLE).


Source: ansa

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