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FILE: A person holds a banner as NHS Staff march in a protest against the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) vaccine rules, in London, Britain, January 22, 2022. REUTERS/Peter Nicholls

Britain is looking at the possibility of changing rules on mandatory covid jabs or vaccination for healthcare staff, chief secretary to the Treasury Simon Clarke said on Monday (January 31).

“We do recognize those realities and that does open a space where we can look at this again,” Clarke said.

Sky News reported Clarke as saying that the policy of mandatory covid jabs was something that ministers had “always kept under review”.

“We’ve been trying to strike, throughout this pandemic, the right balance between having the maximum impact in terms of measures that support public safety in the face of the virus, but also have the minimum impact in terms of our wider freedoms as a society.”

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