Plan B restrictions “cannot be abolished a moment too soon”
Annabel Denham writes for The Spectator
“Plan B restrictions cannot be abolished a moment too soon. Vaccine passports have never worked anywhere and face masks are largely theatrical.
“As heavily restricted Europe continues to struggle with the virus, England has a falling infection rate and should see good economic growth from February onwards.
“Omicron was a major bump in the road, but England’s strategy of opening up in summer and rolling out boosters in the autumn has been vindicated.”
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