corona new rules and relationship

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does anyone know if you are able to visit your other halfs house under the new rules?

me: family of 4 him: family of 4
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Yes, because the new rules are that up to 6 people from multiple households can meet up. However, you need to distance from everyone in the house, including your other half, by at least 1m (England) or 2m elsewhere in the UK.

In fact, you should have been distancing from everyone in the house on previous visits, given that you go back home to your family.
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Hardly anyone followed the rules during the lockdown I mean i still went and saw my bf during the lockdown no one bothered to question why I was out
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The new rules do not come into force until Monday. Yet changes to quarantine can be introduced in 36 hours.
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I read the title and thought "Polyamory sure is alive and well in the 2020's, isn't it?"
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(Original post by Anonymous)
Hardly anyone followed the rules during the lockdown I mean i still went and saw my bf during the lockdown no one bothered to question why I was out
It's not the being out bit, it's being in and up clise and personal, and the possibility of spreading the virus when you go between houses, especially if your boyfriend had been in contact with others.
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People in established relationships (see 2.13) do not need to socially distance. Plus there’s some flimflam about thinking about it when embarking on a relationship. Basically they know they’re on a loser standing in the way of the birds and the bees, even if this would be a good idea.

https://www.gov.uk/government/public...an-and-cant-do
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