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Port of the indoor mask in public places, passport Vaccinal: The latest restrictions to combat the Pandemic of Covid-19 are lifted from this Thursday in England. Prime Minister Boris Johnson even hopes to lift in March the obligation to isolate himself in case of positive test.

England leaves behind, Thursday, January 27, almost all of the last restrictions in force to combat the CVIV-19, with which, hopes the government, the population will get used to living as it does with the flu.

After putting an end, a week ago, the recommendation to work at home for those who can, England now abandons the other restrictions - among the lightest in Europe - introduced in December against the surgery Omicron case: Obligation of the port of the indoor mask in public places and vaccinal passport for events hosting a numerous public.

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"While COVID becomes endemic, we need to replace legal obligations with advice and recommendations," said Last Week Boris Johnson in front of deputies.

Opposing the lifting of the port of the port of the mask in public transport, the Mayor of London Sadiq Khan announced to maintain this measure in the capital.

more reluctant than the rest of the United Kingdom (Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland) to implement restrictions, England had first lifted in almost all on July 19, nicknamed the "Freedom Day". But the emergence in the fall of the Omicron variant, even more contagious than Delta, led Boris Johnson's government to trigger his "plan B", despite the opposition of part of his majority.

Hospitals held the time

these measures were intended to strengthen the protection of the population through the reminder campaign and continue to try to convince recalcitrant to be vaccinated. Thirty-seven million recall doses have been administered, allowing, permitting the government, to reduce serious cases and hospitalizations and lessen the pressure on the health system. According to the latest figures, 64% of the population over 12 years old received a third dose.

While the number of cases exploded during the holidays, Boris Johnson had resisted calls to still harden the restrictions in place. He believes that the facts gave him reason: hospitals held a shot, the number of fan patients has never increased and cases have fallen sharply.

However, the United Kingdom, among the hardest countries affected by the pandemic with nearly 155,000 deaths, is still experiencing nearly 100,000 new cases recorded daily.

The Prime Minister even hopes to lift in March the obligation to isolate oneself in case of positive test, "just as there is no legal obligation for people who have the flu to isolate himself."

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