May 6, 2021

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Rules for in-house contact with friends and family from May 17

England are just a few weeks away from the lockout stage – and much is going to change.

In February, Prime Minister Boris Johnson released a map of Britain in four stages.

But each step is based on four government tests to ensure that it is safe to move from one level to another.

The four government trials include the following

  • The immunization deployment program has continued successfully
  • Evidence suggests that vaccines are effective in reducing hospitalization and mortality in vaccinated people
  • Infection rates do not put an end to the increase in hospitals, which puts a lasting strain on the NHS.
  • The risk assessment does not change fundamentally with new stress differences

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The six- or two-family rule still applies in all home settings.

If all four attempts are completed, you will be able to connect with your friends and family at home and spend the night starting Monday, May 17th.

But the six- or two-family rule still applies in all home settings.

Upon arrival, you can meet up to 30 people. This includes eating in parks, beer gardens and Alfresco. The government has not yet confirmed whether this will be included in the private gardens.

A government statement states: “As part of Phase 3, the government will continue to ease restrictions on seeing friends and family wherever possible before May 17, allowing people to decide on the risks involved.

“This means that most of the restrictions on contact with others outside the home will be lifted – although meetings of more than 30 people will continue to be illegal. At home, the rule of 6 or 2 members applies – we expect in the review that there is no problem adding this. ”

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The government is preparing to provide up-to-date information on the social divide between friends and family, including the possibility of people embracing each other.

A government statement added: “Prior to the start of Phase 4, the government will finalize a review of the social distances and other long-term measures taken to curb distribution.

This adds up to 1 meter, announcing decisions on when and where to put on a mask and other measures.

This is a guide to working at home – it should continue as much as possible until this review is completed.

When it comes to significant life events, up to 30 people can attend weddings, receptions, ceremonies, funerals, pubs, and other special occasions at baptisms.

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