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Families question isolation rule for visits out of English care homes

Anyone making visits out of home faces having to isolate in their room for two weeks

Relatives of care home residents are demanding the government drops a requirement that anyone making visits out of the home must isolate in their room for two weeks afterwards.

Relatives will be able to take loved ones on trips outside but guidance published on Wednesday, to take effect from 12 April, states that even as vaccine coverage increases, visits out of homes risk reseeding Covid-19 infection, and so quarantine for 14 days will be required.

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