UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson is planning an emergence from the pandemic that may place the country above all others, according to Reuters. But office workers may be among the last to return. 

“After moving faster than all other Western peers bar Israel to vaccinate its population, the United Kingdom’s $3 trillion economy is aiming to be among the first major Western economies to return to some semblance of normality – though still far behind the furnaces of global growth in China.”

“The Daily Mail newspaper reported that while office workers will be told to continue working from home for some time, parts of the economy such as holiday (rentals) and larger hotels will reopen in April.

The Mail said leisure businesses may not return to ‘broadly normal’ until July, while office staff are expected to be told to keep working from home for the foreseeable future, according to the article.