Inspired by the wedding thread, I’m curious about what, if any, local restrictions you have on people getting together.
Over the summer in England, as restaurants and pubs opened up and people starting reviving family get-togethers, the government maintained restrictions on no more than 30 people gathering together - therefore severely hampering things like weddings. In the past week, as the second wave gets momentum, this has been cut down to 6 people only, ‘The Rule of Six’ it is called. This includes children, so if your family is larger than 6, you can’t then meet up with anyone else (unless you leave a few people at home). No booking tables for 8 in restaurants. Rules in Scotland and Wales vary from this, and are usually stricter; for instance, I don’t think two households can currently meet up at all in Scotland.
None of this applies to school or work, although we’re being encouraged to still work from home if possible.
What’s happening where you are? Are there no such rules in US States?