Boris Johnson’s self-isolation order for double-jabbed Tony Blair is being rescinded.
TONY Blair has urged ministers to scrap the need that fully vaccinated people who come into contact with someone who has tested positive for COVID-19 self-isolate.
Tony Blair said on BBC Radio 4’s The World This Weekend that anyone who have received two doses of the coronavirus vaccine should not be subjected to self-isolation. He outlined how the NHS Test&Trace system is failing millions of Britons and called for action to prevent people from isolating themselves.
Mr. Blair described the current system as “irrational.”
He also felt sorry for British citizens who are removing the NHS Covid app from their phones.
“We risk moving in two opposite directions,” he added.
“On the one hand, we’re going to open everything up and remove all restrictions.
“On the other side, we still have our pinging track-and-trace system…
“When people are pinged, they must go into complete seclusion.
“In conditions when the vast majority of those persons are unlikely to be required to do so.”