The Deputy Chief Medical Officer is encouraging people to work from home where possible for the next couple of months.
It’s after the phased return to offices started in September. Yesterday he said that all indicators are pointing towards deteriorating Covid trajectory.
There is an ongoing doubt over next phase of reopening on October 22nd due to high case numbers
In a Twitter video on Friday, Dr. Ronan Glynn encouraged people to do their best to avoid spreading all viruses.
Dr Glynn urges people to “work from home where possible over this autumn and winter.”
With almost 20,000 cases in the last fortnight, incidence of #COVID19 is increasing.
However, there is much we can do to protect ourselves & one another; get vaccinated; isolate & get tested if symptomatic (even if vaccinated); wear a mask; meet outdoors; ventilate indoor spaces pic.twitter.com/6UQ26QQJMl
— Dr Ronan Glynn (@ronan_glynn) October 15, 2021