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Christmas Covid rules: Who are you allowed to see?

25th November 2020 - BBC News

Between 23 and 27 December, the three households will be allowed to form a temporary "Christmas bubble". They can mix indoors and stay overnight.

Northern Ireland has been granted a longer window of 22 to 28 December, to allow time to travel between the nations.

Bubbles will be allowed to meet each other:

  • In each other's homes

  • At a place of worship

  • In an outdoor public space, or garden

The bubbles will be fixed, so you will not be able to mix with two households on Christmas Day and two different ones on Boxing Day. Households in your Christmas bubble can't bubble with anyone else.

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