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Sue Wrote:

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> DulwichFox Wrote:

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> -----

> > So 6 people from the same social group or

> family

> > can meet and sit inside the pub.

> > One person on their own cannot go to the Pub

> > where they will come into contact with other

> > people.

> >

> > They Can sit outside.

> >

> > How will pubs deal with this. ?

> >

>

>

> I don't see anything anywhere to suggest that one

> person can't go inside a pub. They just can't mix

> with people from another household, and would have

> to socially distance in any case.

>

> Not sure quite what you are getting at?


so how can I go to a pub and avoid other people.

there would be nowhere for me or anyone else to sit inside.


What is the point of sitting on my own.

I can do that at home and a lot cheaper.


I have always gone to the pub in the past to socialise.

Not just to get bladdered and stagger home.


Fox

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I?ve taken the drastic step of moving to Sevenoaks


All the pubs are shite, nobody says hello or comes within 15 ft of you, as standard.


It?s socially distanced by nature.


But there?s a Waitrose and a 1000 acre deer park within walking distance.

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DulwichFox Wrote:

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> What is the point of sitting on my own.

> I can do that at home and a lot cheaper.

>

> I have always gone to the pub in the past to

> socialise.

> Not just to get bladdered and stagger home.

>

> Fox



This is why I haven't bothered since March - much easier to buy beer online for the same result.


It does feel isolated though - and you begin to notice the parties going on :).

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Alan Medic Wrote:

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> Sue Wrote:

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> > So what happens if a household in tier two

> wants

> > to visit a household in tier one?

> >

> > Is that allowed or not?

>

> This might help

>

>

> https://inews-co-uk.cdn.ampproject.org/v/s/inews.c

> o.uk/inews-lifestyle/travel/travel-tier-2-to-tier-

> 1-can-rules-restrictions-between-areas-new-covid-s

> ystem-explained-714333/amp?amp_js_v=a6&amp_gsa=1&u

> sqp=mq331AQFKAGwASA%3D#aoh=16028084770620&referrer

> =https%3A%2F%2Fwww.google.com&amp_tf=From%20%251%2

> 4s&ampshare=https%3A%2F%2Finews.co.uk%2Finews-life

> style%2Ftravel%2Ftravel-tier-2-to-tier-1-can-rules

> -restrictions-between-areas-new-covid-system-expla

> ined-714333



Thanks, a friend pointed me to the Daily Mail guidelines, which are useful (luckily as I would never have come across them otherwise :)) )


https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-8843299/Coronavirus-UK-rules-London-Saturday.html

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Does that mean sex is legal if OUTside (for "Tier 2 couples living apart") ?


diable rouge Wrote:

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> Sex banned indoors for Tier 2 couples living

> apart, No 10 confirms

>

> At least Artful will be pleased, dogging is still

> legal under Tier 2 rules...

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diable rouge Wrote:

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> Sex banned indoors for Tier 2 couples living

> apart, No 10 confirms

>

> At least Artful will be pleased, dogging is still

> legal under Tier 2 rules...


Taking my name in vain Diable


Although these days with all the road restrictions by time you drive to a car park you are too tired for anything else

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