To build confidence in the return to the city, London’s public sector bodies are sharing up to date information on the pandemic, which you can access here:
Latest government guidance
Government has updated it’s guidance following the removal of Plan B measures. The latest update includes details on the return to Plan A measures which means:
The Government is no longer asking people to work from home where possible
Wearing of face coverings is no longer mandatory in any setting, though remains a condition of carriage on Transport for London services
Venues and events are no longer obliged to check NHS Covid Passes as a condition of entry
Latest NHS advice
The NHS has published information on vaccination here, where you can book an appointment or find out about walk-in vaccination centres. While it’s no longer possible to order free lateral flow tests for your employees, individuals can order their own tests here.
Public Health England has also made a range of resources available here.
No traces of Covid-19 have been found on the tube. Read more about Imperial’s research here
Ways of working
DAC Beachcroft has introduced innovative new ways of working for colleagues across the UK& Ireland, building on their existing agile working approach.
Returning to Mayfair and Belgravia
To make sure those returning to the city have a great experience, Grosvenor has created more outdoor dining space and is supporting #WanderArt, spanning the neighbourhoods of Mayfair and Belgravia, which showcases exciting and innovative outdoor art installations from 12 world renowned artists.
Returning to the office
High Speed 1 staff are returning to the office, enjoying the social element of being back together.