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Lockdown restrictions extended until April

Rules extended until virus is 'under control'

Lockdown restrictions will not be released until next month.

The chief minister says government will be looking at ‘realistically’ relaxing some restrictions around 6 April.

Howard Quayle says a full release of rules will probably be around 12 April:

It means hospitality, non-essential retail, lifestyle and other businesses will not be able to open until after the Easter weekend.

Schools and the construction industry are also affected: 

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