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 Saturday, June 27, 2020

What the guidance says
you can do today
What the guidance says
you can do next Saturday
What people think
you can do today
You can spend time outdoors as often as you wish. This must be with people you live with, or in a gathering of up to six, which can include people from outside your household.You can meet in groups of up to two households in any location - public or private, indoors or outdoors. You do not always have to meet with the same household - you can meet with different households at different times."Let's all meet up on the beach."
"Family barbecue round at ours."
It is a criminal offence to meet indoors with anyone who is not a member of your household or, from 13 June, your support bubble, except for specific exceptions set out in lawYou can meet indoors in groups of up to two households. You should continue to maintain social distancing with anyone you do not live with when doing so."I'll come over and we'll socialise as normal."
"Budge up so I can sit on the sofa."
You should keep two metres apart from people not in your household or support bubble at all times.You should keep two metres away from people as a precaution or one metre when you can mitigate the risk by taking other precautions."One metre apart, I'm sure he said one metre."
If you need to travel to work or make an essential journey, you should cycle or walk if you can, but you can use public transport if this is not possible. Before you travel on public transport, consider if your journey is necessary and if you can, stay local.If you need to travel to work or make an essential journey, you should cycle or walk if you can, but you can use public transport if this is not possible. Before you travel on public transport, consider if your journey is necessary and if you can, stay local."I've got a car, it's all good."
"Yeah, I'm getting a bus to the park."
"Yeah, I'm getting a train to the seaside."


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