A survey of the real estate company Land Securities says that two-thirds of people want to go back to work in the office.
A survey says that most people want to go back to work. But they fear crowded trains.
People want to go back to work
The results of an exclusive survey led to this conclusion. Workers would like to return to their offices by June, when the government intends to eliminate interpersonal distances.
Even commuters are of this opinion, because they are tired of a year of work from home.
However, there are a number of issues to consider, such as the costs of avoiding the risks of contagion on buses and trains, which would be very busy and used.
In fact, Transport Commissioner Andy Byford said last week that in his opinion it takes up to 18 months for the number of commuters to reach 80%.
However, this exclusive survey by the real estate company Land Securities showed that 58% of people would immediately return to work in the presence. 67% would do so by June, a period in which the laws on distance between people should no longer apply.
Anyway, many workers (90%) say they would feel more comfortable if they could take a rapid test for the Covid. The workers are just asking for more clarity, but the government needs some more time to review the road map of work from home.