Coronavirus: What is changing?

PUBLIC INFORMATION PAGES FROM CAMDEN COUNCIL

Thursday, 27th January — By Camden Council

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PUBLIC INFORMATION PAGES FROM CAMDEN COUNCIL

  • From today (27 January) face coverings are no longer mandatory. However, you are strongly encouraged to continue wearing one indoors and in busy outdoor public spaces, including in shops and places of worship, unless you’re exempt. Please note that face coverings must continue to be worn for the full duration of journeys on the public transport network (TfL), including inside stations.
  • From 27 January you no longer need to show your NHS COVID-pass as a condition of entry into venues or events, although some venues may still require it on a voluntary basis.
  • Since 20 January staff and students in secondary schools and colleges are no longer required to wear a face covering in classrooms or other communal areas.
  • Since 19 January, if you have been working from home you are no longer required to do so. Your employer should be in touch if they haven’t already about returning to the office.

For full details, visit gov.uk/coronavirus

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