Today we are asking ECHO readers for your views on the government's plans to relax coronavirus restrictions at Christmas.

Up to three households will be able to meet up during a five-day Christmas period of 23 to 27 December, with people mixing in homes, places of worship and outdoor spaces.

Travel restrictions will also be eased.

But a formed "Christmas bubble" must be "exclusive" and would not be able to visit pubs or restaurants together.

Today, we are asking you if you believe the changes are right, if they should have been relaxed further, or even toughened.

Boris Johnson has warned families they must make a "personal judgement" about the risks of coronavirus to vulnerable loved ones when forming a Christmas bubble.

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He said: "We can't afford to throw caution to the wind. The virus doesn't know it's Christmas and we must all be careful.

"I know this doesn't equate to a normal Christmas and it won't work for everyone. And it is up to each of us to think carefully about how we use this time-limited special dispensation.

"The virus has not gone away and families will need to make a personal judgement about the risk of forming a bubble with or visiting elderly relatives and the vulnerable."

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