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Could Covid Ruin Christmas Again? Here’s What The Experts Say

Prime minister Boris Johnson has refused to promise there won’t be any Covid restrictions over Christmas this year.

In 2020, after people across the country made plans to spend Christmas Day with family and friends, the government imposed last-minute restrictions that prevented the public from spending time with people outside their household. This came after the Alpha (or Kent) variant began spreading very rapidly.

What the prime minister says

Cancelling Christmas for a second year is “very much not the plan”, the prime minister said on arriving in the US for a three-day trip earlier this week.

But Johnson isn’t giving any guarantees about Covid guidelines either

“I just want to go back to what I said about plan A and plan B,” he said. “Plan A is what we’re on, and plan B is what we might have to do. It’s a graduated series of steps and we certainly don’t want or expect to have to do anything like last Christmas.”

Reminded of the joke he made last year about 2021 being a “two-turkey Christmas,” he said that people could defrost last year’s bird.



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