10:04 pm – Coronavirus – imprisonment is extended until April 1 in Northern Ireland

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On Thursday, the Northern Ireland government decided to extend the containment measures until April 1. However, some relaxation exercises will take effect on March 8th.As of this date, students will be allowed to return to school and some stores, closed until then, will be able to offer takeout services. Residents of Northern Ireland are only allowed to leave their homes for a limited number of activities, such as playing sports or going to work, and that has been since Christmas. British Prime Minister Boris Johnson will present details of his roadmap to scrapping debt in England on Monday. The governments of Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland will also decide which strategy to adopt in the face of the pandemic. The number of new infections with the Coronavirus in the United Kingdom has decreased dramatically in recent weeks. About 137 new cases per 100,000 residents were recorded every day last week. (Belga)

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