US overtakes EU as City exports shift after Brexit Why Apple will now let you fix your iPhone FTSE 100 rises 0.2pc despite Plan B fears Jeremy Warner: Omicron delivers a welcome dose of disinflation Sign up here for our daily business briefing newsletter B oris Johnson has announced a move into Plan B measures in a bid to halt the spread of the omicron variant. The Government is once again asking businesses to let employees working from home when possible, starting from Monday. From Friday, facemasks will be mandatory in most public indoor venues, such as theatres, cinemas, and restaurants, while as of next week larger venues will require the NHS Covid pass for entry. Mr Johnson said: “So while the picture may get better, and I sincerely hope that it will, we know that the remorseless logic of exponential growth could lead to a big rise in hospitalisations and therefore, sadly, in deaths. “That’s why it is now the proportionate and the responsible thing to move to Plan B in England while continuing to work closely with our colleagues in the devolved administrations, so we slow the spread of the virus, buy ourselves the time to get yet more boosters into arms, especially in… Read full this story
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