In response to the Omicron variant, the UK introduced draconian lockdown measures and vaccine passports in December.  Early on, the government lost control of the narrative and mass protests broke out across the country.  The UK’s Minister of Health was forced to admit that the Omicron variant, while very contagious, is far less lethal and dangerous than other variants.  Last month, thousands took to the street in London to protest vaccine passports and covid restrictions.  This week, Prime Minister Boris Johnson announced an end to covid restrictions, proving that patriots standing up and fighting for their rights can pay off.  The Epoch Times Reports

“Restrictions including COVID passes, mask mandates, and work-from-home requirements will be removed in England, UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson announced on Wednesday.

Johnson also suggested that self-isolation rules may also be thrown out at the end of March as the CCP (Chinese Communist Party) virus pandemic becomes endemic.

Effective immediately, the UK government is no longer asking people to work from home.

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The COVID pass mandate for nightclubs and large events won’t be renewed when it expires on Jan. 26.

And from Thursday, indoor mask-wearing will no longer be compulsory anywhere in England.

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The requirement for secondary school pupils to wear masks during class and in communal areas will also be removed from the Department for Education’s national guidance.

Roaring cheers from lawmakers could be heard in the House of Commons following Johnson’s announcements on masks.

People who test positive for COVID-19 and their unvaccinated contacts are still required to self-isolate, but Johnson said he “very much expect[s] not to renew” the rule when the relevant regulations expire on March 24.

“As COVID becomes endemic, we will need to replace legal requirements with advice and guidance, urging people with the virus to be careful and considerate of others,” the prime minister said.”

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