On 21 February 2022 the Prime Minister Boris Johnson set out a plan for living with COVID-19.
From Thursday 24 February 2022:
- The domestic restrictions in England will be removed including the need to self-isolate. Until 1 April the Government advises people who test positive to stay at home.
- Self-isolation support payments will no longer be available.
- Routine contact tracing ends, including venue check-ins on the NHS COVID-19 app.
From 24 March 2022:
- On 24 March, the Government will remove the COVID-19 provisions within the Statutory Sick Pay and Employment and Support Allowance regulations.
From 1 April 2022:
- The requirement for every employer to consider COVID-19 health and safety in their risk assessments will be removed.
We will update this hub with further guidance as it become available.
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