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With the festive season fast approaching but with Covid here to stay, how can you and your family keep safe and well during the holiday season? Watch this programme as TV presenter Kate Garraway asks some of the most pressing questions from the public to top medical experts, including, Dr Chris van Tulleken, Dr Clare Gerada, Professor Robin Shattock and Dr Sarah Filson.
Watch the programme below.
We hope that you will find this useful as the experts cover a range of topics:
Together they explain the science and evidence behind the Covid "Christmas bubble" guidelines and offer some practical tips to help you and your family keep safe and well during the holiday season.
And with vaccines now being used, our medical experts look at the science behind the jabs, how they have been developed and how they might be rolled out in the New Year.
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