On 21st February, the Government published details on the ending of the remaining COVID-19 legal restrictions in the paper Living with COVID-19. It was confirmed that as of Thursday 24th February, there is no longer a legal requirement to self-isolate following a positive test result. Close contacts of a positive test are also no longer asked to take daily tests for seven days.
From 1st April, the Government will remove voluntary COVID-status certification in domestic settings and no longer recommend that certain venues use the NHS COVID Pass. The Government will also no longer provide free testing to the general public in England.