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Restrictions will not be imposed any longer than necessary, they say Restrictions will not be imposed any longer than necessary, they say

Covid-19 Stormont briefing hears lockdown relaxation will be 'cautious and gradual' - Belfast Live

Read the latest UTV stories, Watch: NI Executive gives latest Covid-19 update on ITV News, videos, stories and all the latest UTV newsFirst Minister Arlene Foster and deputy First Minister Michelle O'Neill have given a briefing on the latest developments around coronavirus. The political leaders addressed issues including plans for a pathway out of lockdown. It comes after the Republic of Ireland laid out a five-stage option for lifting restrictions on movement, if the Covid-19 outbreak remains contained. Scotland and Wales have also given a sense of their plans.

Watch: NI Executive gives latest Covid-19 update | UTV - ITV News

Stormont’s deputy first minister has raised concern about setting milestone dates in Northern Ireland’s coronavirus exit strategy.Stormont’s deputy first minister has raised concern about setting milestone dates in Northern Ireland’s coronavirus exit strategy.

Setting dates for recovery milestones ‘presents difficulties’, warns O’Neill - BelfastTelegraph.co.uk

Arlene Foster also confirmed that the NI Executive was not informed of the details of the Irish government’s Covid-19 road map. Arlene Foster also confirmed that the NI Executive was not informed of the details of the Irish government’s Covid-19 road map.

Michelle O'Neill questions logic of setting dates for Covid-19 recovery plan

The deputy first minister said people would be ‘very disappointed’ if restrictions were not lifted on set dates.The deputy first minister said people would be ‘very disappointed’ if restrictions were not lifted on set dates.

Setting dates for recovery milestones ‘presents difficulties’, warns O’Neill | Penarth Times

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