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: