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How to stop the spread of coronavirus (covid)
In some situations, you can with 1 other household and treat them as if you lived with them. Children should follow the same rules about meeting with people as adults. You can go to work if it's not reasonably possible to work from home — this includes if you meet person as a volunteer. You can meet with the people you live with or meet person are in your 'support bubble', inside or outside your home.
In some other situations you can meet indoors or outdoors in a group of more than 6 people from different households - for example, if the meeting is:.
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You can meet in a group of up to 15 people for a wake or memorial. This is called making either a 'support bubble' or a 'childcare bubble'.
You can meet outdoors to do organised sport in a group of more than 6 people from different households. You can read the government guidance for people who are clinically extremely vulnerable on GOV. Top links Housing benefit.
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You should work from home if you can. Coronavirus - check if you can go out or meet people This advice applies to England Print. Thank you, your feedback has been submitted. You can also check the guide to staying safe on the SafeLives website.
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If you have under 14, you can check if you can make care bubble to get help with childcare. This can be outside or somewhere public like a town hall — it can't be in someone's house.
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Not everyone can make a bubble - check if you're allowed to make a bubble. In some situations you can meet indoors, or outdoors in a group of more than 6 people from more than 2 households. You can go to a wedding or civil partnership ceremony.
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