More people travelling to work

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The FINANCIAL — Almost two in three (65%) working adults in Great Britain reported travelling to work in the past seven days.

This is an increase of 8 percentage points compared with the period between 25 August and 5 September 2021 (57%).

This figure counts those who exclusively travelled to work as well as those who were both working from home and commuting.

The percentage of adults reporting always or often maintaining social distancing (45%) remained stable, having previously decreased as restrictions eased. This figure is now around half of what it was in mid-February (91%, 10 to 14 February 2021).

Under half of the adults reported social distancing

Percentage of adults always or often maintaining social distancing when meeting up with people outside their household, February to September 2021, Great Britain

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