Britain officially announces the end of "Corona restrictions", including masks, isolation and gatherings

British Prime Minister Boris Johnson announced, on Wednesday, the end of the health restrictions (Plan B) to confront the Corona virus.

As of January 27, the wearing of the muzzle will not be mandatory by law, and remote work will not be officially recommended and a health certificate will not be required to enter discos and some large gatherings, according to the conservative Prime Minister.

And according to what was reported by the British “Sky” network, Johnson considered that it was time to “trust the judgment” of the public on the use of masks in closed and crowded spaces, and that they would be phased out in classrooms from tomorrow.

The British Prime Minister also revealed his intention to end the rules of self-isolation for people infected with the Corona virus in the coming weeks.

He said that the legal requirement will end when the period of those regulations expires on March 24, and this date can be submitted.

"As Covid becomes endemic, we must replace legally binding restrictions with recommendations," Johnson said.

He said he does not intend to extend the quarantine measures for those infected with COVID-19 when they expire on March 24.

The date for lifting these measures may even be brought closer.

He justified this by saying, "We do not legally compel individuals to self-quarantine when they have influenza," according to what was reported by "AFP."

More than 152,000 people in the UK have died from Covid-19.

The latest data shows a decrease of nearly 40% in the number of new weekly infections, while the number of patients admitted to hospitals has stabilized.

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