Covid: agreement in GB, ok for family meetings at Christmas – Last Hour


(ANSA) – LONDON, NOVEMBER 24 – Agreement made in the United Kingdom on a partial easing of anti-Covid restrictions limited to 5 days on the occasion of the Christmas holidays: from 23 to 27 December. This was reported by government sources at the end of an ad hoc meeting of the Cobra emergency committee convened by the Tory government of Boris Johnson: a meeting during which an agreement was reached on the adoption of uniform rules among the 4 nations of the Kingdom with the representatives of the local governments of Scotland (led by SNP separatists), Wales (led by Labor) and Northern Ireland (formed by the coalition between unionists of the Dup and republicans of Sinn Fein).

The details will be formalized soon. However, from the advances it was learned that in the 5 days in question meetings and dinners between non-cohabiting families will be allowed, albeit with a maximum number of people foreseen, and temporarily loosened part of the precautionary limitations on travel (by public or private transport) between the municipality and municipality, county and county, country and country. Green light according to the BBC as well to the possibility of staying overnight in the homes of relatives and family members on Christmas Eve. (HANDLE).