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Covid restrictions extended for a week

THE Covid19 restrictions have been extended for one week with pubs and hotels closed for a further two weeks. 

The Exective finally came to an agreement today after four days debating the current laws governing the restrictions which were due to expire at midnight tomorrow (Friday).

The latest proposal whichh was brought by the DUP was signed off late this afternoon.

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Close contact services including hair and beauty salons and driving instructors will reopen, by appointment, on Friday November 20.

Hospitality will reopen on a gradual basis with unlicensed premises such as cafes and coffee shops also opening next Friday.

Restaurants, wet pubs and hotels can reopen on 27 November.

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