The remaining restrictions in place to combat coronavirus have now been lifted in England.

This means it will no longer be mandatory to self-isolate upon contracting the virus, and universal free testing will end on April 1.

The removal of restrictions is designed to fit with plans to "learn to live with this virus", as outlined by prime minister Boris Johnson.

With millions having received three doses of the vaccine and plans for those most vulnerable to receive a fourth, Covid-19 will soon be treated like any other infectious disease.

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