From 13 June and then from 15 June changes in the rules apply. See government statement here.

If you are weighing up the risks then remember there are three key factors that determine risk of exposure: proximity to people; duration of exposure; and how confined the environment is. The greatest peril lies where the three overlap.

Two metres away from someone is better than one metre.

One minute in a shop is better than browsing for 15 minutes.

Outdoor meetings are better than indoors as the air and therefore the virus disperses more easily.

Views: 12

Add a Comment

You need to be a member of Pen Selwood to add comments!

Join Pen Selwood

© 2021   Created by geoff parcell.   Powered by

Badges  |  Report an Issue  |  Terms of Service