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NI schools will close eventually – Foster

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First Minister Arlene Foster has said this morning that schools in Northern Ireland will close eventually as a result of the Coronavirus outbreak.

Speaking on BBC Radio Ulster this morning she said ‘Northern Ireland was 14 weeks out from the peak of the virus and that schools and colleges will not close yet but it would happen in the future.’ The DUP leader went on to say that ‘if schools were to close it would have to be for four months to make a significant impact.’

Northern Ireland ministers are set to meet with the Irish deputy PM Simon Coveney and Irish health minister Simon Harris on Saturday.

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