Omicron, Masks are becoming mandatory again in the UK

Omicron: Masks are becoming mandatory again in the UK

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British Health Minister Sajid Javid has said that the wearing of masks will be made compulsory in shops and public transport in England from next Tuesday to combat the new variant of coronavirus Omicron.

He said PCR tests would soon be introduced for everyone entering the UK. “If these steps are taken, everyone will be able to celebrate the upcoming Christmas with their families,” he said.

Javid told Sky News that the rule of wearing face mask will be introduced from Tuesday. However, he hopes that all the new steps will be taken in a few weeks.

British Health Minister Sajid Javid has said that the wearing of masks will be made compulsory in shops and public transport in England from next Tuesday to combat the new variant of coronavirus Omicron.

He said the PCR test would be introduced soon for everyone entering the UK. “If these steps are taken, everyone will be able to celebrate the upcoming Christmas with their families,” he said.

Javid told Sky News that the rule of wearing face mask will be introduced from Tuesday. However, he hopes that all the new steps will be taken in a few weeks.

“The reason we’re taking this step is to keep up with the progress we’ve made so far, so that we can all celebrate the upcoming Christmas with our families,” he said on the BBC’s Andrew Marr show.

Javid said the government would take appropriate action whenever it felt the need. However, he does not think that there is a need to issue instructions to work from home now.

However, there is a need for PCI testing for travelers from four countries, according to the official website. And the rules of this test will be introduced from Tuesday, said Javid.

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