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Weddings, births and funerals could be excluded from any new coronavirus rules, reports claim

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Weddings and funerals could receive exemptions from any new coronavirus rules imposed by the Government, it has been reported.

The Prime Minister is set to receive a briefing from top health experts tomorrow, as the spread of the Omicron variant continues.

It has been reported in some national newspapers that any new curbs on the number of people gathering may exclude events including weddings and funerals. READ MORE : Four restrictions Boris Johnson could bring in next week to tackle coronavirus The Government is said to be 'very cautiously optimistic' about the effects of the new variant, The Times reported.

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