(Source BBC News)
People will again be encouraged to go back to the workplace in a government ad campaign starting next week.
Employers will be asked to reassure staff it is safe to return by highlighting measures taken to prevent the spread of Covid-19. Business leaders have warned of damage being done to city centres as people stay away from offices.
And Transport Secretary Grant Shapps said some things were "impossible" to do remotely. But Health Secretary Matt Hancock said he cared more about how employees performed than where they were working.
Ministers in Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland are still advising people to work from home if possible. The campaign, which will launch as most schools in England and Wales reopen, will predominantly be promoted through regional media, BBC political correspondent Iain Watson said.
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