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Coronavirus

Living with Coronavirus: 2022 and beyond.

On 21st February 2022 the Prime Minister updated Parliament on the Government’s strategy on living with COVID-19.

You can find more information about the Government’s living with COVID plan by going to the below link,

COVID-19 Response: Living with COVID-19 - GOV.UK (www.gov.uk)

Vaccines have enabled the gradual and safe removal of restrictions on everyday life over the past year, and will remain at the heart of the Government’s approach to living with the virus in the future.

The Government’s objective in the next phase of the COVID-19 response is to enable the country to manage COVID-19 like other respiratory illnesses and retaining the ability to respond if a new variant emerges with more dangerous properties than the Omicron variant.

From 24th February 2022 all remaining restrictions in law are to be removed and routine contact tracing will also come to an end on this date.

The Government will continue to issue advice and as always, this guidance can be found on the Government website below:

Coronavirus (COVID-19): guidance and support - GOV.UK (www.gov.uk)

Theresa welcomes this announcement as she feels now is the time that we learn to live with COVID- to get back to ordinary life while, of course, remaining vigilant against any future COVID variants which may be of concern.

The Rt Hon Theresa May MP