14 Oct Coronavirus: Northern Ireland set to impose ‘circuit breaker’ lockdown for four weeks | UK News
Northern Ireland is set to become the first full region of the UK to impose a “circuit breaker” lockdown.
Tighter restrictions will be in place for four weeks – with schools closing for two of them, Sky News understands.
According to the PA news agency, the new measures will mean pubs and restaurants have to close, with the exception of takeaways.
First Minister Arlene Foster is set to address the Stormont Assembly later today.