Be able to meet with a partner you don’t live with and doesn’t stay in the same area.

Why the contribution is important

Relationships are suffering, not all couples live together and stay in the same area.

by Jno12 on May 11, 2020 at 04:34PM

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Average rating: 4.9
Based on: 17 votes


  • Posted by Nixxy_1987 May 11, 2020 at 17:43

    100% agree with this, my partner lives 29 miles away. We are both only in contact with people from our households and both not working at the moment. The whole situation is putting strain on people especially when your not earning money.
  • Posted by Cdw25dw May 11, 2020 at 18:12

    I’ve not seen my partner for 8 weeks yet both our children are allowed to come and go regularly from our homes into their other parents’ homes where people are going out to work in public facing occupations. That cannot possibly be any less risky than allowing two adults who have no symptoms, to spend time together in one of our homes. This is causing significant misery and stress for many people. Please can some consideration be given to this as one of the first relaxations in the guidance.
  • Posted by Gillian66 May 11, 2020 at 19:21

    Completely agree with the comment above.

    At what stage (not date) will this be allowed ?
  • Posted by ashleyrhona May 11, 2020 at 19:35

    I would really appreciate clarity on this esp. as not only do I live 40 miles away from my partner but I have a disability and he is shielding. Whilst we await the shielding period to pass (staying away from each other) what happens next, can the information be clear enough so we can make the correct judgement on when we can meet up again?
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