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Enforced social distancing is likely to be introduced soon in NI

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Health Minister Robin Swann has stated that enforced social distancing, including the closure of all non-essential shops, is likely to come soon in Northern Ireland.

Speaking to the BBC the minister said that it is expected to be discussed at the government’s Cobra committee meeting later today.

Mr Swann said people were “not seriously weighing up the seriousness of the situation we are currently in”.

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