Newark and Sherwood GP — Support bubbles explained
Bubbles have been the focus for many of us this week, specifically the news from the government that some people can form a close group for extra support, known as a support bubble, writes Dr Thilian Bartholomeuz in his latest column.
It’s not open for everyone but will make a big difference to the mental health of those who can now join with others.
The people who can form a support bubble are single adults (those who live by themselves or with children under 18) who can choose one other household to join up with. This means they can go inside their house, stay overnight and do not need to stay two metres apart while they do it.
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