Coronavirus: ‘We’d gladly have taken a full lockdown in October’


Northern Ireland will face a two-week period of tougher Covid-19 lockdown measures from next Friday.

Non-essential retail will have to shut, and the hospitality sector will have to remain closed.

The measures were agreed by the executive on Thursday.

Close contact services and cafes can reopen today, but will have to close again on 27 November.



BBC News