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Coronavirus

January 2022

On January 5th 2022 the Prime Minister updated Parliament on the Government’s continuing approach towards COVID-19 following the discovery of the Omicron variant. You can find a transcript of the Prime Minister’s statement by going to the below web address.

Covid-19 Update - Hansard - UK Parliament

In short, the Government have decided to continue with the Plan B measures implemented in late November last year.

This includes the mandatory wearing of face coverings in shops and on public transport and an ecouragement for people to work from home if they can.

As always, more information about the complete Plan B regulations can be found at the below web address:

https://www.gov.uk/coronavirus

Theresa welcomes that the Government have held firm and rejected calls to implement harsher restrictions.

Going forward, Theresa feels it is vital we learn to live with the Coronavirus and recognise that new variants will occur.

Like all viruses, COVID will continue to mutate and there will, unfortunately, be other variants which arise in the future. The key to overcoming the Coronavirus is to continue with the successful Booster jab programme while encouraging as many people as possible to come forward who are reluctant, to take up the vaccine.

Theresa does not wish to see any restrictions on our freedoms in place a moment longer than they need to be, and going forward Theresa will continue her work in Parliament for the Maidenhead constituency to make representation on the views raised by her constituents and to hold the Government to account on these very important matters.


The Rt Hon Theresa May MP

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