UK planning to scrap self-isolation law as reported Covid-19 cases fall

The United Kingdom is drawing up plans under which people will not be legally bound to self-isolate after catching Covid-19, a report said.Prime Minister Boris Johnson wants to permanently revoke emergency coronavirus laws as Britain’s Covid-19 cases continue to fall, The Telegraph reported Sunday, adding official guidance would remain but would not result in fines or legal punishment if ignored.The plans will be worked up over the coming weeks, with an announcement expected as early as the…


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