Coronavirus: Northern Ireland to go into 4-week circuit break lockdown 1
Trevor Sherwood
Trevor Sherwood writes crime and policing news and graduated Teesside Uni with a degree in Crime & Investigation.
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People living in Northern Ireland will face another round of Lockdown restrictions.

Northern Ireland is heading for a 4-week circuit break lockdown meaning Pubs and Restaurants will be forced to close from Friday.

But They’ll be keeping places of worship and the gyms open.

The four-week “circuit breaker” lockdown will happen on Friday in an attempt to stall the rise in coronavirus infections.

The First Minister Arlene Foster also confirmed that she will be extending the half-term break schools from the 19th to the 30th October.

All pubs and restaurants will have to shut unless they offer a takeaway service.

Household bubbles must also be no bigger than 10 people from two households.

Household bubbles must be no bigger than 10 people from two households

The leader of the Labour Party Sir Keir Starmer has called for the UK Government to impose a short hard lockdown within England to bring back control of the pandemic.

It is believed that the Prime Minster Boris Johnson will make a U-turn over the next 48 hours on locking down England.

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Coronavirus: Northern Ireland to go into 4-week circuit break lockdown