BRITS will be encouraged to work from home "if possible" to curb the spread of the virus, Michael Gove has confirmed.
The Cabinet Office minister said there will be a "shift in emphasis" on the Government's previous advice about returning to the workplace.
It comes ahead of the PM's address today which will set out tough new restrictions including a 10pm curfew for pubs and restaurants.
Chief medical officer Chris Whitty warned that the country could see 200 daily deaths in just weeks as part of the second wave this winter.
Meanwhile, cases yesterday rose to 398,625 and deaths rose by 11 to 41,788.
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