London news 'Up to four households may be able to form bubble' over Christmas Uk news
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Breaking News ! Up to four separate households might be able to "bubble" over the Christmas period so that loved ones are able to celebrate together, according to reports. The official announcement is yet to be made by Government, but reports suggest that coronavirus restrictions may be lifted in some capacity for five days over the festive break, The Sun reported last week. There will still be some measures in place and the Government continues to advise that "this will not be a normal festive period" despite efforts being made to relax some restrictions. Although restrictions are expected to be lifted, Government is still advising loved ones to be careful (Image: Photo by Justin Setterfield/Getty Images) For more news and features about London directly to your inbox sign up to our newsletter here. On Sunday i t was reported that this easing of restrictions may see up to four households being able to mix together inside and in hospitality venues like the pub, although this is yet to be officially announced. People will have to choose their social bubble in advance, and while they will be able to be with them for a few days, social distancing is likely to remain a rule.
. The dates for this restrictions 'break' hasn't been announced, but it's expected to be for five days from December 24 until the bank holiday on December 28. The Cabinet Office said in a statement: "Ministers reiterated the importance of allowing families and friends to meet in a careful and limited way, while recognising that this will not be a normal festive period and the risks of transmission remain very real.
It is thought the 'rule of six' will be lifted for a few days
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"As such, Ministers endorsed a shared objective of facilitating some limited additional household bubbling for a small number of days, but also emphasised that the public will be advised to remain cautious, and that wherever possible people should avoid travelling and minimise social contact." Some kind of Christmas reprieve has been confirmed today after discussions between all four of the devolved governments, reports The Sun. And it is expected that Prime Minister Boris Johnson will make the official announcements tomorrow (Monday December 23).
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