Boris Johnson drops mask mandate in U.K. – will the rest of the world follow suit?
By Ethan Huff // Jan 23, 2022

After being outed for partying it up on Downing Street in London during the 2020 lockdowns while everyone else was stuck at home, U.K. Prime Minister Boris Johnson announced that pretty much all Wuhan coronavirus (Covid-19) restrictions in his country are now over.


Johnson's announcement was received with much applause and celebration from all other politicians in the room regardless of their political affiliation (America: please take notes). He excitedly revealed that there will be no more mask mandates, including in stores and schools, and no more checking of "vaccine passports."

The only thing that will be staying in place for now are certain self-isolation requirements, otherwise England is going back to the old normal. Meanwhile, much of the rest of the world, including large swaths of the United States, continues to live under tyranny with endless mask and jab mandates.

"We can return to Plan A in England and allow Plan B regulations to expire," Johnson said, receiving loud cheers of support from Members of Parliament.

"As a result, from the start of Thursday next week, mandatory certification will end. Organizations can, of course, choose to use the NHS Covid Pass voluntarily, but we will end the compulsory use of covid status certification in England."

"From now on, the government is no longer asking people to work from home," he added. "And people should now speak to their employers about arrangements for returning to the office."

Throw your mask away and stop living in fear

Johnson went on to explain that once the current regulations lapse, the government of the U.K. will no longer require "the wearing of face masks anywhere," again receiving loud yells of support.

"From tomorrow, we will no longer require face masks in classrooms, and the Department for Education will shortly remove national guidance on their use in common areas," he said further.

"We will trust the judgment of the British people, and no longer criminalize anyone who chooses not to wear one," Johnson said about how the government will still recommend face masks, but not force them on anyone against their will anymore.

"The government will also ease restrictions further on visits to care homes," Johnson added.

Johnson had earlier halted plans to ever introduce a jab passport scheme in the first place, though one was eventually implemented – only to now get scrapped again.

One wonders if this sudden embrace of liberty by the British government will really last. Many skeptics are wondering just how long this bout of freedom will last because the same thing happened in Australia for a brief moment, only to quickly fall back into even worse tyranny.

"This is great news," said one person on Twitter about Johnson's announcement. "Now get rid of the covid 'medication' mandate for NHS workers."

"England is now one of the freest countries in the world, what does that tell ya??" said another.

Others posted GIFs of Johnson back in 2013 dancing on a Masonic checkerboard floor back with a black woman wielding a Star Wars light saber, this video having recently resurfaced alongside accusations that Johnson broke his own lockdown rules in 2020.

Presumably embarrassed and worried about being forced out of his position, Johnson responded to the controversy by dropping his country's Fauci Flu restrictions. If only Americans could learn how to do the same things to their corrupt politicians to get them to backtrack on tyranny.

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