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Posted on 22nd January 2021

Covid19 lock down in Northern Ireland to be extended until 5 March

Coronavirus lockdown restrictions in Northern Ireland will be extended until 5 March, the first and deputy first ministers have said.

The executive backed the health minister’s proposal on Thursday and will review the move on 18 February.

But ministers were also told that restrictions may have to remain in place until after the Easter holidays.

A lockdown closing non-essential retailers and encouraging employees to work from home began after Christmas.

Family gatherings are prohibited and people have been ordered to stay at home for all but essential reasons.

A graphic that reads: Coronavirus in Northern Ireland: total deaths - 1,692; daily change - 21; total positive cases - 98,351; new cases - 732; total first vaccine doses given - 144,212. Source - Department of Health, 21 January 2021

Source BBC News NI

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