24 th June 2020 Daily News and Keeping Well Tips

Here is the daily news and tips for staying well from Inclusion North

 

other people
We should still try to keep a distance of two
metres away from other people, but when we can’t we must stay at least 1 metre away from other people.
If you are somewhere that you cannot be 2 metres away from other people there should be things in place like
plastic screens, seating where people are not facing each other, or people should wear a face mask.
This is important to help to stop the virus spreading.

Visiting friends and relatives
You can now have 2 households inside the home or in
the garden. This can be more than 6 people but they
have to belong to the same 2 households.
•You still have to social distance in and outside of the
house and you can stay overnight.

It does not have to be the same 2 households all the
time, you can go to visit different households.

This could be visiting one house one weekend and then
visiting a different house the next weekend.

Places that are reopening on the 4th July
•Hotels, Campsites and Caravan Parks
•Pubs, bars and restaurants this is for service at the table only and you will have to leave contact details like name, address and telephone number.
•Hair Salons and barbers
•Libraries, community centres and bingo halls
•Cinemas, museums and galleries
•Funfairs, theme parks, adventure parks, arcades,
outdoor skating rinks and model villages
•Indoor zoos, aquariums, farms, safari parks and
wildlife centres

The places that will stay closed are
•Nightclubs and casinos
•Bowling alleys and indoor skating rinks
•Indoor soft play areas
•Spas and beauty salons
•Nail bars, tattoo and piercing places
•Indoor fitness studios, gyms and sports facilities
•Swimming pools and water parks
•Conference centres and exhibition halls and theatres

Keeping well tip
Think about planning a visit to a friends house if you can.

 

 

The video version can be seen here

https://bit.ly/dailynewsvideo24062020

Information about the Keeping People Connected projects in the North east, Yorkshire and Humber is here
https://inclusionnorth.org/our_work/keeping-people-connected-through-covid19/

 

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