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Single adult households can form ‘support bubbles’

From Saturday (13 June), single adult and single parent households can choose one other household to form a support bubble.


All those in a support bubble will be able to spend time together inside each other’s homes, including overnight, without needing to stay two metres apart. They must be exclusive, so you can’t change which household you join with. If anyone in the support bubble develops symptoms, everyone in the bubble needs to self-isolate.

This is designed to help those who are most isolated by current restrictions, whilst keeping the risk of spreading the virus low. It doesn’t apply to those who are shielding due to the increased risk to this group, but the government is keeping advice for those who are shielding under constant review.

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