Health and Wellbeing
Christmas bubbles for clinically extremely vulnerable
Posted on: 9 December 2020
You are still able to form a Christmas bubble if you are clinically extremely vulnerable, but it does involve greater risks for you. You will minimise your risk of infection if you limit social contact with people that you do not live with.
The government has recently written to people considered to be clinically extremely vulnerable, with updated guidance following the new local tier arrangements.
It includes guidance about:
- returning to work
- shopping for food and household essentials
- help available to collect medicines
- access to health and care services
- guidance for young people considered to be clinically extremely vulnerable including advice about attending school or college.