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Fenland residents advised to keep the air flowing this Christmas to help stop virus




Those living in areas like ours where people can still bubble with other households this Christmas Day still need to follow Government advice to help stop the spread of COVID.

Action such as opening windows every 10 minutes is one way to help curb the spread. Research shows that letting fresh air into indoor spaces can reduce the risk of infection from COVID by over 70 per cent.

After years of advising customers on keeping warm air in their homes to reduce bills, Marc Robson a Smart Energy Expert from British Gas said: "Whether we see a white Christmas this year, we know it could still be chilly with temperatures as low as -1C currently forecast in some areas.



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