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Old 23 Nov 20, 10:40 AM  
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When will the next Coronavirus update be

I thought we'd a update on BBC later today as we have the previous two Mondays. Nothing is showing though, perhaps they are making us wait until later this week to combine it with the beyond 2nd December restrictions and Christmas announcement.
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Old 23 Nov 20, 10:41 AM  
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Boris is addressing later today I believe.

3:30 to parliament and 5:00 to the public.

telegraph/news/202...ch-time-today/

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Old 23 Nov 20, 10:44 AM  
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I'm working on 'hes talking to parliament today so it will be either 5 or 7pm tonight'

But in reality ... who knows!
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I think Boris is addressing MP's today rather than it being a televised announcement.
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Old 23 Nov 20, 10:49 AM  
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Maybe the the tv schedule will show it later as it doesnt now
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BoJo is making a statement to the Commons this afternoon, but it's been extensively trailed over the weekend so I think we'll be seeing:
  • A return to a tiered system on 3 December.
  • The tiers will be changed slightly, so shops and gyms open in all areas, but more restrictions on pubs and restaurants in the top tier.
  • Continued restrictions on how many households can get together
  • Mass testing in top tier areas
  • Regular Testing of approved visitors in care homes
  • Outdoor grassroots sport to resume
  • More areas to be placed in top tier

For Christmas, up to three households can 'bubble' for up to five days.
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Old 23 Nov 20, 10:53 AM  
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Maybe the the tv schedule will show it later as it doesnt now
Sometimes the decision on whether to make a televised address to the nation is taken at relatively short notice, so the fact that it doesn't appear yet in the TV schedules doesn't mean it won't happen.

Is there due to be one of the regular daily Covid briefings at No.10 today? My guess would be that's more likely for him to talk about the new proposals.
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I read itís delayed until tomorrow now due to discussions not finalised with wales and Scotland.
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it's not going to be much different for the North to how it is now by the sounds of it, all lumped into a new version of Tier 3
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For Christmas, up to three households can 'bubble' for up to five days.
I have mixed feelings about this, as my dad is supposed to be shielding (but doesn't) I have kept my distance and even when restrictions were lifted during the summer I only entered to cut his hair and without the rest of my family although frequently had family bike rides to visit and chat at a distance outside.

My head tells me to wait until he has been vaccinated as I work part time retail now I don't want to put him at risk, as he is just under 65 that may not happen before Christmas. I also have two brothers that live alone (one is already in a 'bubble' with my parents the other is working from home and plans to completely isolate at least a week before visiting), for us all to visit would be breaking the rule.
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