New COVID-19 Restrictions in Ballymena from Monday

12/09/2020 | 09:08 by Inter Ethnic Forum

From Monday the 14th September, new COVID-19 restrictions will be placed on Ballymena, and several other parts of Northern Ireland, including Belfast. 

These restrictions include not visiting other people's houses except under specific circumstances, which includes caring responsibilities or for a medical emergency or essential maintenance. 

No more that 6 people from 2 houses will be allowed to gather in a private garden. 

A social bubble may be maintained with one other household. 

It has been advised not to travel outside of Ballymena for any reason. 


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