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Appendix 3: Definitions

Common Areas

The term ‘common area’ refers to areas and amenities which are provided for the common use of more than one person including canteens, reception areas, meeting rooms, areas of worship, toilets, gardens, fire escapes, kitchens, fitness facilities, storerooms, laundry facilities.

Clinically extremely vulnerable

Clinically extremely vulnerable people will have received a letter telling them they are in this group, or they will have been told by their GP.Guidance on who is in this group can be found at:

●      COVID-19: guidance on shielding and protecting people defined on medical grounds as extremely vulnerable

Clinically vulnerable people

Clinically vulnerable people include those aged 70 or over and those with some underlying health conditions, all members of this group are listed in the ‘clinically vulnerable’ section at:

●      Staying alert and safe (social distancing)

Support Bubble

Definition of ‘Support Bubble’: ‘The term ‘support bubble’ refers to single adult households, where adults live alone or with dependent children only, expanding their support network so that it includes one other household of any size.Further guidance on this can be found at:

●      Meeting people from outside your household


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