Businesses have begun revealing their plans to get workers back in office after the coronavirus lockdown is eventually lifted, with staff likely to face a string of restrictions such as working in isolation for social distancing. Companies are preparing for ministers to release a series of workplace guides going into ‘granular detail’ about the measures that will have to continue even when the lockdown is eased, which now looks like it will be in June. Standard Chartered bank may keep staff at home after the lockdown, while car maker Vauxhall will hang red tape from the ceiling to impose social distancing and house builders will limit workers to one home at a time. Business Secretary Alok Sharma has asked officials to produce advice on how a gradual return to work could be managed safely for seven different workplaces, including offices, factories and construction sites. In other developments with no end in sight to the crisis: Boris Johnson declared that Britain is ‘past the peak’ of coronavirus tonight – but urged the public to ‘keep going’ with lockdown to avoid a fresh outbreak. Britain today announced 674 more coronavirus deaths in hospitals, care homes and elsewhere, taking the UK’s official death… Read full this story
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