Britain towards the abolition of the Green Pass
The British government is considering removing the Green pass, introduced a month ago only for club entrances and mass activities. British media report that this could happen on January 26, when anti-Covid measures will be reviewed.
According to media reports, Health Minister Sajid Javid has shared a strong concern over the certificate, voiced by many Conservative MPs, especially those who had voted against its introduction in the lower house.
It is also thought to abandon work from home, while it will remain for the use of masks for public transport and shops.
According to some scientists, the wave of the Omicron variant has reached its peak and now the UK is heading out of the difficult period.