Who are our key employees?
It sounds obvious, but people whose jobs are deemed critical to the coronavirus response are considered critical workers.
This means that their role cannot be performed from home or that their work is not considered essential to the country’s response efforts.
Health and Social Care – This includes, but is not limited to, doctors, nurses, midwives, paramedics, social workers, caregivers and other health care workers and Other frontline social care including volunteers
Child care and education – This includes, but is not limited to: child care education and support workers, social workers
Utility, communication and financial services – This includes, but is again not limited to:
- staff needed to provide essential financial services (including but not limited to bankers, building societies and financial market infrastructures)
- oil and gas, electricity and water industries (including drainage)
- The information technology and data infrastructure sector and key industry supplies will continue during the COVID-19 response
Read the full list here.
https://www.the-sun.com/health/4263346/boris-johnson-covid-announcement-plan-b-facemasks-work-home/ Boris Johnson announces covid – At least a MONTH before UK returns to normal & Plan B work from home & masks removed