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Don’t Hug And Kiss Your Elderly Relatives At Christmas, Chris Whitty Says
England’s chief medical officer Chris Whitty has advised the public not to hug and kiss their elderly relatives at Christmas despite a temporary relaxation in coronavirus rules.Close contact with relatives in up to two other households is allowed between December 23 and 27 for the first time since the start of the pandemic – but Whitty said touching them was not a good idea “if you want them to survive to be hugged again”.He told a Downing Street press briefing: “Would I encourage someone to hug and kiss their elderly relatives? No, I would not.“It’s not against the law, and that’s the whole point. You can do it within the rules that are there, but it does not make sense because you could be carrying the virus, and if you’ve got an elderly relative that would not be a thing you want to do in a period when we are running up to a point where actually we might be able to protect elderly people.”This is a breaking news story and will be updated. Follow HuffPost UK on Twitter here, and on Facebook here.
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Missed opportunities in Rishi Sunak’s spending review | Letters
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