Scotland to relax strict work-from-home guidance from Monday

Scotland to relax strict work-from-home guidance from Monday

Scotland, Health Policy

1/25/2022 8:16:00 PM

Scotland to relax strict work-from-home guidance from Monday

Nicola Sturgeon asks employees to start hybrid working and eases face mask rules after Omicron ebbs

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