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Cafes reopen in NI ahead of two week shutdown

Cafes, coffee shops, and close contact services such as hairdressers will reopen in Northern Ireland today before closing again next Friday for two weeks in a bid to stop the health service from being overwhelmed.

All non-essential retail, pubs and restaurants will shut on 27 November. Takeaway hospitality will be allowed but leisure and entertainment venues will also be closed, but schools will stay open.

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