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COVID-19 – Minister commits to supporting Rathlin Community

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Infrastructure Minister Nichola Mallon has confirmed contingency plans are in place to deal with impacts of the coronavirus pandemic on local infrastructure.

In a statement this morning this morning she said;

“I also want to confirm my commitment to ensuring the Rathlin community is served and supported in this difficult time and my officials will make the continued connectivity with this community a priority.

In line with that the Department continues to work with the ferry operator to ensure appropriate measures are in place to protect staff and passengers and maintain this essential service.”

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