Welsh Government to Phase Out CCP Virus Restrictions

The Welsh government will start phasing out the additional CCP virus restrictions that were brought in after Christmas, First Minister Mark Drakeford said on Friday. The removal of rules will start on Jan. 15, and if “conditions allow,” Wales will return to alert level zero on Jan. 28. Drakeford said the decision came as the latest data suggests that although the level of CCP (Chinese Communist Party) virus infections continue to be high, the number of  cases seem to have peaked, and there have been “positive signs of recovery.” Under the current level two restrictions, triggered by the arrival of the Omicron CCP virus variant, up to six people are allowed to gather, both indoor and outdoor, unless the group is from one large household. A two-metre (6.5 feet) social distancing rule is in place for all public spaces and workspaces, and it’s an offence to go to the office if it’s possible …

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