England, Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland ease COVID-19 restrictions for Christmas
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U.S., Nov. 25 -- There will be some holiday relief for the Brits this Christmas season, as UK's four countries have concurred to ease the curbs and restrains enacted to combat the second wave of COVID-19 epidemic.
English, Scottish, Welsh and Northern Irish authorities had introduced their own restrictions to tackle the spread of the coronavirus, which has already infected around 1.5 million and killed more than 55,800 people across the UK. However, following talks between the leaders of England, Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland on Tuesday, they jointly decided to settle on a common approach for the upcoming festive period.
The restrictions will be eased to allow three households to meet under the same roof for a five-day period, fr...
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