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Mayor of London
Created by Mayor of London
On Feb 19, 2021
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Your group chat is probably your life right now. In these Covid times, it’s harder to do all the things that keep us sane - whether it’s going to the gym, a game of five-a-side in the park, or just another big weekend out. But your friends are still there for you - and even if you can’t all hang out together, you can still be together in your group chat. 

So, what’s your group text persona? Are you the king of the chat or the group joker? Are you the glue that keeps the whole group together, the one who’s always ready with a perfectly timed joke, or the friend that everyone can always turn to in times of need?

Just reply to a few texts and find out! 

If your group chat were a TV show, you’d be the presenter. You’re the one who keeps the chat flowing - plus, your mates know that you’ll always be there whenever they need you. 

Now more than ever it’s important to be there for our mates, stick to the government guidelines, and encourage the same from everyone in the group chat.

Maybe being in a group chat isn’t quite as fun as actually hanging out with your mates, but with you around it’s pretty close. You keep everyone’s spirits high - it wouldn’t be the same without you.

Now more than ever it’s important to be there for our mates, stick to the government guidelines, and encourage the same from everyone in the group chat.

Yeah, so you don’t write an essay every time you get a new notification - that’s not what the group chat’s for. But you always know the right time to send the right emoji to spice things up.

Now more than ever it’s important to be there for our mates, stick to the government guidelines, and encourage the same from everyone in the group chat.

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Your group chat is a huge part of sticking together in current times. Staying connected can make such a big difference. There’s a few ways to help and remind each other so we can stay protected from Covid-19 and get to the other side sooner. 

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Coronavirus cases are starting to fall but still remain dangerously high. Stay at home unless you have a permitted reason to leave

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That means going to work (if you can’t work from home), buying food, seeing a doctor, volunteering for a charity, or taking exercise

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You can exercise outdoors with one other person – but it’s against the law to meet socially with anyone outside your household or support bubble

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Only use public transport for essential journeys. If you must travel: Wear a face covering and choose off-peak times if possible

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A face covering can reduce the risk of transmitting Covid-19 by up to 65%. Wear a face covering whenever you need to leave your home to help slow the spread of the virus

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Londoners' lives are on the line. By sticking to the rules, we can all bring cases down, end lockdown and save lives - together, we can beat the virus