Boris Johnson will unleash a ‘pride moment’ for England as he lays out plans to scrap all Covid rules TODAY

BORIS Johnson is set to “launch a moment of pride” for Britain as he lays out his plan to end Covid restrictions TODAY.

The Prime Minister is expected to break all the rules of Covid, “finally giving people back their freedom after one of the most difficult periods in our country’s history”.

PM is set to remove all Covid restrictions


PM is set to remove all Covid restrictionsCredit: Reuters
Mr. Johnsons talking about coming back "normal"


Mr Johnsons talks about going back to ‘normal’Credit: Alamy

They PM will notify end for self-isolation rules and says vaccination programs, testing and other new treatments like antivirals will keep people safe.

Speaking ahead of his announcement on Monday, the Prime Minister said: “Today will mark a proud moment after one of the most difficult periods in our nation’s history as we begin to learn to share live with Covid.

“It would not have been possible without the efforts of so many people – the NHS, who have delivered the development of a life-saving vaccine at phenomenal speed, our world-leading scientists and experts. , and the public for their commitment to protecting themselves and their loved ones.

“The pandemic isn’t over yet but thanks to the incredible vaccine rollout we are now one step closer to returning to normal and finally giving people back their freedoms while… continue to protect yourself and others.”

Britain’s ‘Freedom Day’ when all Limited vividness will end will happen on Thursday, Daily mail reported.

Under the new Living with the Covid plan, twice a week test for children in school is expected to end.

Travel form passenger locator for overseas trips likely to be stripped then in the spring.

Covid cases are the lowest they have been in six monthswith a total of 25,696 Brits testing positive in the last 24 hours, as well as a daily Covid death toll of 74.

Mr Johnson said the latest data meant it was time for the UK to shift the balance away from “state mandate” and towards “personal accountability”.

In comments made while in Munich on Saturday, he said it was important for “everyone to feel confident again” and that he wanted to “see our country really standing again”. ” in the aftermath of the pandemic.

But Mr Johnson warned the country would not hesitate to act if Covid continued to rise.

“I wanted to make sure we had content discovery and backups as fast as possible,” he said.

Under the new plan, millions of elderly and vulnerable people can be offered six months of monthly recharge.

Ministers have secured 114 million doses of vaccine in the next two years.

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