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Covid passes for clubs in England to be scrapped

On January 19, Boris Johnson announced the easing of Plan B Covid-19 restrictions in England. Plan B measures, first put in place on Dec. 15 in response to the rise in Omicron infections, included mandatory face masks, work from home, and Covid passes or negative tests to enter clubs.

Speaking in the House of Commons, Johnson told: "Our scientists believe the Omicron wave has probably peaked nationally."

From January 27th, mandatory Covid passes for clubs and events will no longer be required. However, the prime minister said organizations can continue to use the NHS Covid Pass system.

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