Work from home and vaccine passports will be STOP for just 9 days but masks must be worn to stay on public transport

Work from home and vaccine passports will be phased out next Wednesday and Boris Johnson is expected to abandon Plan B.

Brits will be able to return to the office and attend major events like the feet without showing their vaccination status or testing negative.

Work from home rules set to be phased out next week

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Work from home rules set to be phased out next weekCredit: Getty
Nadhim Zahawi says he 'trusts' Plan B to be scrapped on January 26

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Nadhim Zahawi says he ‘trusts’ Plan B to be scrapped on January 26

But the requirement to wear face coverings in many public places such as trains, buses and shops is in place until The case of Omicron drops even further.

Two senior Cabinet ministers have offered the strongest hints yet that the Prime Minister is preparing to end Plan B restrictions next week.

Today, Education Minister Nadhim Zahawi said “the numbers are looking good” in the UK’s fight against Covid.

He added: “I am confident that when we look at this on January 26 we will be in a much better place to lift some of these restrictions.

“I think we are seeing the transition of this virus from pandemic to endemic.

“I hope we will be one of the first major economies to demonstrate to the world how you can transform this from pandemic to pandemic.”

He also suggested that The requirement for masks in the classroom may be waived as part of the easing of restrictions.

Instead, from next Wednesday, face coverings may be required only in common school areas such as hallways and canteens.

And yesterday Tory party chairman Oliver Dowden was equally optimistic when he said Plan B will remain in place for the “shortest possible amount of time”.

He said: “I’m sure the kind of burden this puts on hotels, broader business, schools, and I’d like us to remove those if we could.

“The signs are encouraging but, obviously, we’ll wait and see the data before making a final decision.”

An extremely positive series of studies shows that Omicron IS is milder than other strains, with the first official UK report showing a 50 to 70 per cent lower risk of hospitalization compared to Delta.

Health officials have repeatedly said the Covid booster shots protect against Omicron and offer the best chance of weathering the pandemic.

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The Military Operation Sun’s Jabs are helping to get key additional vaccines in the UK’s arms to avoid the need for any new restrictions.

Legal basis for Plan B expires on January 26 and the restrictions will go away unless extended by the Prime Minister.

Top Tories are urge Boris to stay away from all curbs as he looks set to settle down as prime minister amid the No 10 Party scandal.

A Cabinet minister said: “The voice of the scientific community seems to be becoming less heavy.

“If we have to keep wearing masks for a bit, then I’m fine.

“Ending work-from-home guidance is important. It will help boost the economy.”

The Prime Minister’s top team was briefed with data “where things seem to be moving in the right direction”.

And the decision not to renew vaccine passports for big events like football matches will be avoided another Commons mutiny from Tory . MPs.

A source told The Times: “This policy has always had a very high threshold. The way the cases are going will be very difficult to justify extending it.”

Even scientific figures have warned of the dangers of Omicron now says the UK is in a better place and measures could be eased.

Scotland and Wales went ahead and imposed harsher restrictions than England on Christmas, but are now abandoning them.

Wales and Scotland reduce curbs

On Friday, Wales’ First Minister, Mark Drakeford, announced major outdoor events such as football and rugby could take place again.

He outlined a plan to remove nearly all restrictions and return to alert level 0 by January 28 – two days after Britain.

The Welsh Tories said the Labor government in Cardiff had “overreacted” to Omicron and should have followed No 10’s approach.

Leader Andrew RT Davies said: “Labour ministers have clearly overreacted to Omicron and that has caused considerable pain and suffering to families and businesses in Wales.

“Sadly, Labor has made Wales a UK expatriate with the strictest restrictions when it comes to sport, outdoor activities and hospitality.

“The UK ramp-up has been a resounding success and so Labor should now move quickly and remove restrictions as we are on the road to recovery and as a country learns to live with Covid.” 19.”

Scotland’s First Minister Sturgeon Nicola also announced the easing of her country’s harsh restrictions last week.

She has been criticized by Scotland’s hotel companies for insisting on tough curbs that keep businesses limited while doing little to contain the virus.

Conservatives now hope the Prime Minister’s decision to keep Britain relatively unrestricted will be successful with voters.

A Tory strategist told the FT: “Boris polls improved as the Covid reign turned to Christmas and the Prime Minister’s decision to keep the line paid off.

“The same thing could happen again in February – at least he will hope so.”

Plan B restrictions including vaccine passports will be removed in 12 days

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Plan B restrictions including vaccine passports will be removed in 12 daysCredit: Getty
Mask wearing can still be maintained after the end of the month

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Mask wearing can still be maintained after the end of the monthCredit: Alamy
Plan B Covid restrictions will be lifted during WEEKS if NHS copes with Omicron rise, says Michael Gove

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