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Coronavirus: Minister denies that there is a Covid Plan C banning mixing at Christmas in the UK

NS Reported by The Daily Telegraph The Cabinet Office was considering stricter measures if the unimplemented “Plan B” collapsed to withdraw hospitalization.

According to the paper, this may see a ban on mixed households, but pubs, restaurants and shops will remain open.

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However, health minister Edward Argar denied the report.

He told Sky News:

“Of course, the government will consider alternatives and methods that can begin to ease that pressure as needed, as we did in Plan B.

“The details and, as I understand, what upset it, I just glanced at it and was afraid to limit the mix of homes in the middle of this morning, as The thing is … it’s not something. It’s being actively considered. ”

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