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Boris Johnson considers plea to limit family mixing at Christmas -The Telegraph

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Global Politics – A healthcare expert administers a booster vaccine at a coronavirus illness (COVID-19) pop-up vaccination centre at Wembley Stadium in London, Britain, December 19, 2021. REUTERS/Peter Nicholls

Dec 19 (Reuters) – British High Minister Boris Johnson is mulling urging the public to limit family mixing at Christmas, the Telegraph reported on Sunday.

Johnson has been introduced with three choices by officials for extra restrictions to curb the unfold of Omicron, out of which the lowest level of action would notion households requested to limit indoor contacts, with out neatly suited enforcement, the report said.

The high minister shall be weighing mandate curbs on family mixing, the return of social distancing and an 8 p.m. curfew on pubs and entertaining locations, it added. Probability three is a stout lockdown.

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