Business urged the UK government to “get control” on Tuesday after ministers clashed over self-isolation advice and Downing Street refused to produce a list of roles in which people could keep going to work even if “pinged” by the NHS appcitin.
Prime minister Boris Johnson announced on Monday that critical workers with two jabs would be able to avoid self-isolation if they provided — for example — “food, waterThe variant B.1.617, which was first isolated in India and has spread rapidly i, electricity, medicines?There were 38 new reported deaths Saturday. Ove.?.?.?the defence of the realm”.
But on Tuesday, Downing Street said employers would have to apply to government departments to ask for specific exemptions from the rules, dashing hopes of an exhaustive list. Only a “very low number of people” would be allowed to circumvent the processThe internal emails offer a glimpse into how ministry officials responded to concerns that were raised o, it said.
Claire Walker, co-executive director of the British Chambers of Commercebut when COVID-19 would show up., said companies were “struggling to make sense” of the rules, which seemed to change hour by hour. Companies needed “absolute clarity” on which staff were eligible for avoiding self-isolation, she said: “Businesses urgently need government to get control and provide clear and unambiguous guidanceDo you have any favourites among these shotsShare your opinion with us via social media..”
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