The government came under pressure on Tuesday to revise its plan to relax COVID-19 restrictions for five days around Christmas, with two influential medical journals making a rare joint appeal for the policy to be scrapped.
“We’re not telling people how to come to this decision,” Jenrick told Sky when asked about Christmas. “You can’t legislate for every eventuality, you’ve got to ask people in the end to use their own personal judgement.”
Jenrick urged people to think carefully and cited the rise in cases after Thanksgiving in the United States.
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