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AIBU to not understand what ‘overnight’ means

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Chickenqueen Mon 29-Jun-20 21:46:22

Apologies for maybe being a bit dense but when the government refers to an overnight stay - does that literally mean one night or as many nights as you like?! Just debating whether or not to visit relatives for a few days.

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vodkaredbullgirl Mon 29-Jun-20 21:49:55

Means 1 night.

Booksandwine80 Mon 29-Jun-20 21:50:29

It means you cannot sleep/stay the night anywhere else except your usual place of residence.

MsRinky Mon 29-Jun-20 21:53:04

From July 4th in England you can visit other places and stay overnight. This means as many nights as you like, hence the opening of campsites, self-catering cottages etc.

SinglePringle Mon 29-Jun-20 21:53:56

MsRinky

From July 4th in England you can visit other places and stay overnight. This means as many nights as you like, hence the opening of campsites, self-catering cottages etc.

Yup. It means this.

SkelingtonArgument Mon 29-Jun-20 21:54:14

It means you can sleep in someone else’s house overnight. There is no limit on the number of overnight stays, so you can stay a few days with relatives.
Starting from next weekend

Yesmate Mon 29-Jun-20 21:58:53

@vodkaredbullgirl where did you get one night from? How would holiday parks, caravan parks and campsites run?

vodkaredbullgirl Mon 29-Jun-20 22:09:22

See im just as confused as the op lol, maybe its the lack of sleep.

Iminaglasscaseofemotion Mon 29-Jun-20 22:11:18

It means you cannot sleep/stay the night anywhere else except your usual place of residence.

Eh?

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