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Gov't hopes to resume hospitality sector mid-June

Council of Ministers to make key decisions next Thursday

Government hopes to resume business in the hospitality sector by mid-June, if the coronavirus figures remain positive.

Chief Minister Howard Quayle says a decision about the industry is due to be made at the next 'two-weekly' review point on Thursday, 4 June.

The number of active cases of Covid-19 now stand at three, with no one being treated at Noble's Hospital.

Mr Quayle says he hopes the Council of Ministers will be able to make some big announcements:

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