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Daily contact testing will be offered to more emergency service and critical workers who would otherwise need to self-isolate.
Environment Secretary George Eustice and Health Secretary Sajid Javid outlined plans for daily contact testing for the food and drink industries.
The Vaccine Minister set out self-isolation exemptions for those in critical roles, JCVI advice on vaccination for children and upcoming rules for nightclubs.
Anyone arriving from France to England must continue to quarantine for 10 days at home or in other accommodation, even if they are fully vaccinated against COVID-19.
Nicola Sturgeon, Scotland First Minister confirmed that the whole of Scotland will move to Level 0 from 19 July, before lifting most legal restrictions from 9 August. She also confirmed that wedding and funeral attendance moves from 100 to 200 and there is no requirement for people to book two-hour hospitality slots.
The Prime Minister confirmed that England will move to Step 4 of the Roadmap on Monday 19 July. Mr Johnson emphasised caution and personal responsibility and highlighted that cases continue to rise but went on to say the link with hospitalisations and deaths has weakened due to the vaccine.
The Welsh government has confirmed face coverings will continue to be mandatory in Wales.
In this session, recorded 26 July 2021, we explored how businesses are responding to the latest phase of the reopening.
The CBI has identified three areas where the government and business can work together to build confidence amongst employees and customers in the reop
How your business can prepare and what other businesses are doing to adapt to the removal of restrictions.
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In this session, recorded 19 July 2021, we explored the latest CBI economic forecast and what it means for the recovery.
The CBI has compiled guidance for businesses like yours across a number of frequently asked questions. Understand more about how your business can res
As the pandemic evolves and the economy starts to reopen, business needs government policy to reflect what is happening on the ground. With your insight, the CBI can help influence policy and ensure maximum impact to help firms of all sizes. If you’d like to contribute and get your voice heard, please share your thoughts and experiences via our dedicated COVID-19 inbox: email@example.com. Every business’ view matters.