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What is a ‘Support Bubble’ and who can have one?

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From Saturday 13th June people in England, living alone, can have a support bubble with one other household, as part of the government’s latest efforts to address the challenges during the coronavirus lockdown.

Single adult households in England, including single parents with children under 18, will be allowed to form a so-called “support bubble” with one other household of any size, which means they can go to each other’s houses. These measures have been put in place as a “targeted intervention” to help those who are living alone.

It is important to realise that the support bubble is not designed for those who do not qualify i.e. not single person household, to start meeting inside people’s homes as this remains against the law.

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