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Which countries specifically included the concept of "bubbles" or "pods" in their communication and education campaigns to their populations during the COVID-19 pandemic?

I remember first hearing of the term "bubble" during the first COVID-19 lockdown. It was a term referring to the idea that we should only "share the air" with a small group of people (eg housemates) and keep everyone else outside the "bubble" (eg via social distance, masks, or both). I also remember some people used the term "pod". And people sarcastically made fun of each other for using one term instead of the other ("bubble" vs "pod").

However, today I can't find much information about the "bubble" concept. Wikipedia has only this short stub section describing a "Support bubble" on the COVID-19 pandemic in New Zealand article.

gif shows the spread of COVID-19 between social "support bubbles"

Is there a list anywhere of States and organizations that included the concept of "bubbles" or "pods" in their communication and education campaigns during the COVID-19 pandemic?

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