- What is my age:
- I'm 43 years old
- Sexual preference:
- Tint of my eyes:
- I’ve got large gray-blue eyes
- I like to listen:
Alexia liked the look of Tao's photos and gave him a chance. When she swiped right back in the first lockdown, they were separated by the River Thames and a short walk through the Greenwich foot tunnel. A year later, it's the Atlantic Ocean and about 3, miles. Alexia, 27, says she wouldn't have even been on Bumble, the dating app where they met, had it not been for the pandemic. She is looking noticeably more spritely than Tao, 24, when she s the Zoom call. It's for us in London, but for her, in her hometown of Ottawa, Canada, it's
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They will no longer be recommended for use in classrooms from September, after the end of the summer holidays. The further apart people arethe lower the risk of the infection spreading. In schools - for up to six weeks next term - staff will still be required to keep at least 1m from each other and from children. There is no limit to the of people who can meet indoors or outdoors.
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Formal social distancing rules came to an end in Wales on 7 August. Social distancing is not required for any outdoor activities by law. However, it's recommended that people keep 1m from people not in their households, where possible. Face coverings remain compulsory in most indoor public places, and on public transport - but not in pubs and restaurants.
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In indoor settings such as restaurants, workplaces, retail outlets and shopping centres, the social distancing limit has been reduced to 1m 3ft. Social distancing is still required in certain circumstances:. Northern Ireland. There is no upper limit on the of people at outdoor public gatherings, although the risks need to be determined by the organiser. Northern Ireland's First Minister Paul Givan recently said he hoped the executive could agree on 12 August to put in place a date to end social distancing. Wales and Scotland are the latest UK nations to end most restrictions.
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First Minister Nicola Sturgeon said this would be kept under review, but was likely to continue "for some time to come". But businesses have to carry out their own risk assessments for venues and premises. What can you now do across the UK? What are the social distancing rules? But advice remains to keep a safe distance from those in other households - especially indoors - and to avoid crowded places.
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However, face coverings are still compulsory in most public indoor settings, such as shops and public transport - as well as pubs and restaurants when not seated. There is no legal requirement to wear a face covering in enclosed public spaces, but the government says it "expects and recommends" people wear them in crowded areas such as public transport.
Almost all legal restrictions were lifted on the of people you can meet - at home and in a public place - whether indoor or outdoor on 19 July. Face coverings must still be worn indoors, including on public transport, in shops and hospitality venues.
Social distancing has been a feature of life since the start of the pandemic, but the rules are changing. Capacity limits at private or public events no longer apply.
Most rules on social distancing and limits to the size of gatherings have now been lifted. Postcode check: How are the rules changing for you? Ten people from three households can now meet inside a private home not including children under 12and 15 people from 15 households can meet outdoors, including in a private garden. Coronavirus spre mainly when an infected person coughs, sneezes or speaks - sending small droplets, packed with the virus, into the air.
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