Coronavirus outbreak FAQs: what you can and can’t do

Hi all, we hope you are still all safe and well?

On the blog today we’re sharing a government article covering the most frequently asked questions on what you can and can’t do during the coronavirus outbreak.

We hope this can be a point of reference for you all, but as always, if you have any questions then please do get in touch with us and one of our team will help.

***Update*** After the government conference on the 10th June, it was announced that there were some changes to the guidance around easing of lockdown.

If you are a QVT client, and living in an independent flat alone, from Saturday 13th June you can choose (if you wish) to form a ‘support bubble’ with one other household – which can be made up of more than one person. Households in bubbles must not form bubbles with other households, they must be exclusive to each other.

From Monday 15th June, non-essential shops will now be allowed to open, plus drive-in cinemas, zoos and safari parks, however they will only be able to open if they are adhering to social distancing guidelines, for example they may have to limit visitors, implement a one-way system etc. Gyms, pools and playgrounds remain closed and most other guidelines are unchanged.

Please be aware that, as before, the main steps you can take to limit the spread of the virus is to limit social interaction (primarily by staying home as much as possible) and washing your hands thoroughly and frequently.

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