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Hi, hope you're all well. I have an issue. I'm worried sick there's going to be another lock down, or a local lock down soon, I have aspergers syndrome and severe mental health issues. I live with my partner and during the last full lock down he was struggling to cope with me and my depression, suicidal thoughts and voices. He did his best to help me, but he is a key worker so found it all very overwhelming. My partner has asked my mother who's classed as my carer and my father if it's possible if I could stay with them if there was another lock down, this is because I was stuck last time in a 1 bedroom flat with no garden. My parents live in a 3 bedroom house with a garden and my partner thought having a garden would help me. My father is against the idea of me staying with them, as he said he's also a key worker. So I suggested maybe he could stay with my partner, this way neither me or my mum would be at risk. My father yet again doesn't agree to this. My question is, are there any rules against me isolating in a family members house during a lock down?
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