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Despite the fact that practically all remaining COVID-19 limitations in England have been lifted, including social separation and the use of mandated masks, the number of cases continues to rise.

The limitations are being eased at a time when the UK and other European countries are seeing an unexpected increase in cases, mostly due to the Delta version.

At the moment, cases and hospital admissions are almost doubling every fortnight, implying that the UK is now facing a third wave of COVID-19.

More than 1,200 top doctors and scientists have signed a letter denouncing Prime Minister Boris Johnson’s decision to go ahead, calling it “unscientific and unethical.”

Sir Keir Starmer, the Labour Party’s leader, has argued that eliminating all coronavirus limitations at once is “reckless.”

Vaccine minister Nadhim Zahawi, on the other hand, justified the loosening of limitations.

“There is no such thing as a perfect time,” he added.

“However, given the fact that schools are closed for the summer, which puts downward pressure on the number of infections, and our high vaccination rates, I believe this is the correct time to proceed with caution.”

Professor Jonathan Van-Tam, speaking at the Government’s press briefing this evening, agreed that “if there is a sweet spot, it is now, in summer.”

For the first time since March 2020, all legal restrictions on the amount of people who can gather indoors and outside have been lifted, allowing all businesses, including nightclubs, to reopen.

The requirement to work from home has been scrapped, however governments are urging businesses to gradually return to the workplace, and the bar on named visits to care facilities has been relaxed.

In a gesture toward resuming international travel, children and adults who have been completely vaccinated against coronavirus will no longer be required to quarantine when returning to England from countries on the Amber List.

After the final coronavirus restrictions were lifted in England today, face masks are no longer required in stores and on most public transportation.

However, the government has stated that people would be expected to wear face coverings in some instances, and ministers have urged citizens to “respect” companies and transportation providers who insist on mask wear.

Health officials, local lawmakers, shop owners, and transportation officials have all stated that facial coverings will continue to be required or encouraged.

Dr. David Nabarro is a special envoy for the World Health Organization. “Brinkwire News in Condensed Form.”

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