'This decision has been made in collaboration with local leaders who are considering additional local measures to tackle the increase in the number of cases. So to emphasise, this is about mixing between households, it is not about prevention of schools, workplaces, transport, any of the other options - it is about household mixing.' … [Read more...] about Now coronavirus rise spreads to the middle-aged: England is on the brink of losing control of Covid outbreak, warns SAGE adviser – as infections in the over-50s soar by 92 PER CENT
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Emma Coulthurst, consumer advocate for price comparison site TravelSupermarket, also previously said: "There are some countries on the UK Government FCO and DfT lists which are refusing UK citizens entry or imposing strict entry requirements, which either completely prevent holidays or make them extremely difficult or more costly." … [Read more...] about Where can I go on holiday now? Full list of countries where you won’t have to quarantine in England
Worm’s Head is an island only accessible for about two and a half hours each low tide but if you arrive at the right time (tide times are available at the old coastal lookout building, now an information centre, a mile down the wide path), it makes for an exciting challenge. Descend to the beach and embark on a scramble over the causeway. After 20 minutes you reach the Inner Head. It’s easy enough to follow the path along and over Devil’s Bridge, what is left of a collapsed sea cave, and then the land gets narrower and more precipitous as you get towards the Outer Head. You can’t climb to the top in the birds’ breeding season (1 March to 31 August). Once at the end of the Outer Head, you are a mile out. Make sure you beat the tide back, as it comes in fast. People have been cut off and it is a seven-hour wait for it to recede. Poet Dylan Thomas was once stranded here – and wrote about the experience. … [Read more...] about 15 of the best easy rural escapes from UK cities
Can I have my grandson overnight? I am a single grandparent living on the ground floor in my own house, however I have a lodger who lives on the second floor. from Teresa If you're in England, and you're a single grandparent, you have the right to form a “support bubble” with your grandson and his family. … [Read more...] about Coronavirus: Will universities be exempt from the new rules? And other questions
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