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July 19th Life Can Get Back to Normal (well nearly)

The Prime Minister announced this evening the path out of lockdown and into Tier 4.

Clinically extremely vulnerable people are advised to follow the same guidance as everyone else.

According to the Gov website even someone who has been classed as clinically, extremely vulnerable can brave the fresh air and see their friends. (Though, as someone who is at a higher risk of becoming seriously ill if you were to catch COVID-19, you may wish to think particularly carefully about precautions you can continue to take). We should decide whether it is better for us to continue to wear masks in areas such as on the buses, trains and in busy shops and keeping a reasonable space. It is a case of you make the decisions on what rules you keep when meeting someone outside of your immediate group. Although some companies may make that decision for us still.

CHAT2Us will continue to monitor the situation and take all the necessary precautions to keep you safe.

We have not made a decision on what date we will return to the hall yet as we have to make a Risk Assessment and organise activies. In the meantime we are meeting at the beach when it is dry and sunny and local cafes when it isn't. If you would like to join us just send me a message on here, facebook or text on 07450028410.. See you soon xx

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