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Masks off, vaccine passes end as England scraps COVID-19 restrictions

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From dropping face mask mandates to ditching COVID-19 vaccine passports, England is scrapping most of its pandemic restrictions, as the United Kingdom aims to just live with the virus.

But as Redmond Shannon reports, health experts are still confused and urging caution over the country’s efforts to leave the pandemic behind.

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