The United Kingdom is drawing up plans under which people will not be required by law to self-isolate after contracting COVID-19, The Telegraph reported Sunday.
Prime Minister Boris Johnson wants to permanently repeal coronavirus emergency laws as the number of COVID-19 cases in Britain continues to fall, the report said.
Plans will be worked out in the coming weeks and the announcement is expected as early as spring, the report said.
Last week, Health Minister Sajid Javid said COVID-19 self-isolation in England will be reduced from seven to five days if someone tests negative twice.
PM Johnson will also lift Plan B’s COVID-19 restrictions, introduced last month to slow the spread of the Omicron variant, according to an earlier Telegraph report.
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