New COVID-19 Restrictions in Northern Ireland from Friday

16/10/2020 | 22:14 by Inter Ethnic Forum

Stricter Covid-19 Restrictions will be in place across Northern Ireland for 4 weeks, starting on Friday 16th October at 6pm.

Primary and Post-Primary schools will be closed from Monday 19th October for an extended half-term break.

Schools will reopen on Monday 2nd November. Cafes, restaurants, pubs and hotels will close. Only those that offer takeaway or delivery services can remain open, however they must close by 11pm.

Shops will remain open, with alcohol sales restricted after 8pm.

Places of worship can remain open, however masks will be mandatory when entering and exiting buildings.

Face coverings will continue to be mandatory on public transport and indoor public areas.

Please continue to practice good hygiene and maintain social distancing rules and guidelines.


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