Updated 14th September
It is better to limit all your social interactions at this time to help stop the spread of coronavirus. However, we recognise that this is difficult.
If you want to expand the group of people you can have close contact with during the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic, making a support bubble with another household is the safest way to do so.
- What a support bubble is
- Who can make a support bubble
- Try to limit travelling far to make a support bubble
- Do not change your support bubble
- If someone in your support bubble develops coronavirus symptoms or tests positive
- If NHS Test and Trace contacts someone in your support bubble