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Stormont ministers have made no changes to current Covid rules in Northern Ireland but have agreed a date when some regulations could be eased.
Following a marathon meeting of the Executive, first minister Paul Givan said ministers were looking towards October 14 as a “significant date” but added that this would be subject to final decisions made the week before. Deputy first minister Michelle O’Neill said it was too early to say they were looking at any date as an “endpoint”. Remaining restrictions in Northern Ireland include social distancing and mask wearing in some indoor hospitality and retail settings, PA reports.
U.S. vice president Kamala Harris has welcomed India’s announcement that it will resume Covid-19 vaccine exports.
India announced this week that it resume exports of vaccines later this year.
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