The UK government is sticking with the easing of restrictions for five days over Christmas, despite concerns it'll lead to a higher infection rate in January.
Communities secretary Robert Jenrick said people can make a 'personal judgement' about meeting up with elderly or vulnerable family members over the holidays.
Ministers in Jersey have also been facing growing pressure to reconsider their plans.
The guidelines announced earlier this month move away from the concept of forming 'bubbles' with friends and family members as the UK has done, instead allowing people to attend up to three gatherings - as long as no more than 10 people are present indoors, or 20 people outdoors.
This Christmas you're advised to only meet in gatherings of 6 or more on 3 occasions in total. No gatherings of more than 10 people can take place at any time, indoors, including private homes & gardens. Guidance effective from 00:01 on 23 Dec until 00:01 on 6 Jan.— Government of Jersey (@GovJersey) December 10, 2020
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