Given that the virus and variants are still out there, what is it not safe to do after you’re vaccinated?
Famous Dr. Hilary Jones on the Good Morning Britain show has warned that hugging could pose a risk ahead of social distancing measures.
When asked by Susanna Reid what the risk of hugging is, Dr Hilary said:
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He then proceeded to echo professor Catherine Noakes of the Scientific Advisory Group for Emergencies (SAGE) and said that hugs should be selective and short.
Although the doctor agreed that hugging has health benefits as Hugs help to release ‘happy hormones’ which make you feel more relaxed and diminishes anxiety and depression, he implored people to remain cautious.
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