COVID-19: How did your MP vote on coronavirus passes as Plan B rules approved by Commons?

MPs have approved the government’s plan to reintroduce some COVID-19 restrictions following the emergence of the Omicron coronavirus variant.

Parliament passed the Plan B COVID-19 rules, which involve regulations on face masks, isolation rules, COVID passes and compulsory vaccinations for healthcare workers.

The rules on COVID passes were most fiercely opposed by Tory rebels. Under these, venues will be expected to check if a person has either received a negative test or had at least two doses of a COVID-19 vaccine.

What are the vaccine certificate rules?

Here, we look at how MPs voted on the introduction of COVID-19 passes. Use the table to search for your constituency to see how your MP voted.

Nearly all parts of Plan B have already come into force.

Vaccine certificates will be checked starting from 6am on Wednesday.

While mandatory vaccination for frontline NHS staff is set to come into force from 1 April next year.

The measures are being brought in as Omicron is currently infecting 200,000 people a day across the UK, according to estimates from the UK Health Security Agency.

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