Survey of 3,700 residents found 39% felt cautious about all restrictions being lifted, 21% angry, 20% excited, 15% had no concerns and 11% worried.
Airport's second biggest airline responds to strong demand for spring and Easter holidays by adding flights to Malaga, Alicante and Tenerife.
Herts director of public health Professor Jim McManus was talking in his capacity as president of the Association of Directors of Public Health.
Winter sun-seekers and skiers among 90,000 passengers who will be departing from the Uttlesford hub this weekend.
Families of eligible children should wait to be notified but if they have not had an invitation by February 11 they should contact their GP.
From Monday (February 7) more services will run to Liverpool Street and back from Cambridge, Bishop's Stortford and Hertford East.
Professor Jim McManus: "Wearing face coverings is no longer mandated but is very clearly recommended in crowded environments and public transport."
Optimism sparked by easing of Covid-19 travel restrictions which were put in place in response to the Omicron variant.
'I'd picked up some sign language phrases from Rose and Giovanni on Strictly, but I didn't think the sign for 'applause' would be useful in hospital'
MAG vacancies in security, engineering, customer service and car parking plus openings at Ryanair, Jet2.com, Menzies, Boots and Pret a Manger.
Covid travel rules change sparked 150% rise in demand for flights and holidays packages with Stansted's second largest operator, Jet 2.
The train operator for the London-Cambridge line through Stortford has made further temporary timetable changes in response to pandemic.
Bishop's Stortford BID, which supports traders, is funding spaces in the town centre car park every Tuesday afternoon until April.
New rules for England, which came into force on Friday (Jan 7), mean fully vaccinated people no longer have to test before they travel to UK.
Pfizer vaccine for first, second and booster immunisations will be available to anyone aged 16 and over on Sunday (Jan 9).
Passengers in Stortford, Stansted and Sawbridgeworth face a January of disruptions because of engineering works between London and Cambridge.