We’ll be cheering on England as they play in the Euro finals on Sunday. Many of us will be going to the pub to watch the last matches or having friends and family around.
Currently, you can meet up in groups of up to six people or as two households, indoors or outdoors. Please practise Hands, Face, Space and Fresh Air where you can, to help lower the risk of transmitting Covid-19, and keep getting tested at least twice a week – remember that not everybody is vaccinated, and even if you have had your vaccine, you can still spread the virus.
One in three people with COVID-19 don’t show symptoms. If you’re meeting up with family and friends or attending an event, please take a few minutes on the day to do a lateral flow test before you go out to make sure you’re not infected with the virus and therefore risk spreading it. Tests are quick and easy to do, and you get your results in 30 minutes.
If you are going for a weekend away or a day out and using public transport, remember to maintain social distancing and wear a face covering unless you are exempt. If a train or a pub is looking particularly crowded, please use your own personal judgement and leave if you don’t feel safe.
From Stoke-on-Trent City Council.
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