In an effort to reduce social isolation, especially for those living alone, your household can join up with one other household, if both households mutually agree. This would allow you to visit, have a meal and enjoy the company of another household bubble. You must not have close contact with anyone else. You cannot join up with more than one household or bubble. For those who work or volunteer in settings in which close contact with others is not avoidable, caution and extra vigilance around symptom screening and hand washing should be exercised between the two households.
If you are working and out in the public, you may want to be cautious as to who you bubble with so that you do not increase risk to a vulnerable person in another household bubble.