Planning on returning to the office? We answer your questions | Coronavirus

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  • The Telegraph published this video item, entitled “Planning on returning to the office? We answer your questions | Coronavirus” – below is their description.

    An increasing number of Britons are heading back to the office and the government is keen to encourage it, with many businesses dependent on the footfall to survive. But many people got in touch with The Telegraph with their questions and concerns as they prepare to leave their home work environment and return to the big wide world, some for the first time since March. Is my employer taking safety seriously enough? What are my rights if I feel at risk, especially if I’m not a full-time employee? What do I do in a packed lift? How do I negotiate my commute on a busy train or tube? We put those questions and more to Telegraph journalist Marianna Hunt. Watch her answers in the video above.

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