United Kingdom Homecare Association
The professional association for homecare providers

Translate site:
Page Font Size:
A  ->   A
This information is also a available as a Really Simple Syndication feed

Latest News

Tweet this UKCHA news item  Share this UKCHA news item on Facebook  Share this UKCHA news item on Facebook

Northern Ireland Executive agrees further action to curb COVID-19 infection ratesNorthern Ireland Executive agrees further action to curb COVID-19 infection rates

Following restrictions imposed on 16 October, the Northern Ireland Executive has agreed further action to curb COVID-19 infection rates:

  • Close contact services including driving instructors will reopen by appointment on 20 November;
  • Hospitality will reopen on a graduated basis, with unlicensed premises such as cafes and coffee shops opening on 20 November, with restricted opening hours to 8.00pm. This will not include the purchase or consumption of alcohol on such premises;
  • Support will be provided for mitigations to reduce risk within the hospitality sector, including improved ventilation and requirements for the recording of customer information for contact tracing purposes;
  • Pubs and bars will be permitted to sell sealed off sales on 20 November;
  • The remaining restrictions will be extended and end at midnight on 26 November, meaning all elements of hospitality including hotels can open on 27 November;

Statement on Executive decisions -12 November 2020 A new emotional public information campaign will launch to co-incide with the measures.

Announcement posted on:

UKHCA News ID: 236216

More news from UKHCA

[Valid RSS]

Favourite Tweets