In the event that Covid Plan D goes into effect, restaurants and pubs may be forced to close

In the event that Covid Plan D goes into effect, restaurants and pubs may be forced to close

As the crisis worsens, the Government is rumoured to be considering additional stringent rules, which might make this year's festivities more like those in 2020.

Officials say millions of people will be affected by new ‘Plan B' guidelines announced on Wednesday.

Face coverings are required in most indoor locations, including theatres and theatres, and working from home is discouraged.
Whitehall insiders told the Sunday Mirror that ministers are now exploring a ‘Plan C' and a ‘Plan D'.

It was previously believed that the current laws would be replaced with a ‘Plan C' that would impose face masks in pubs and restaurants.

Under ‘Plan D,' restaurants would only be able to serve outside.

But if Omicron infections continue to rise, this might lead to a complete closure.
In just one day, the UK has seen 1,239 new instances of the ‘highly-transmittable' form.

Experts warned earlier this week that between December 1 and April 30, 2022, there might be 175,000 hospital admissions and 24,700 deaths.

‘According to the research, we should be doing Plan C right now,' a source told the Mirror. The PM is betting on the NHS to rescue his job. But we all know the PM cannot let Christmas pass. That cost him a lot last time. Re-doing it would be fatal.'

The measures will be debated next week and voted on Tuesday.

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