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On 21 February 2022, Boris Johnson announced that all remaining restrictions (including mandatory isolation and mass testing) to deal with the covid-19 pandemic are to be lifted in England from 24 February 2022.
However, this announcement did not come because the pandemic is now over, or because covid-19 no longer poses a risk to health or in some cases, life. The Government considers that due to the wide-spread and successful vaccination programme, the time has come to dispense with remaining restrictions on people liberties and that we no longer “…need laws to compel people to be considerate of others.” But, what does this all mean in a workplace context?  
Emma Evans, a Legal Director and specialist health and safety practitioner, and Christine Hart, Senior Associate and employment law expert at Chamber members, Brabners, answer some of the initial key questions that this may pose for employers and employees alike.
Click here to download the useful guide for employers and employees, HERE.

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