Coronavirus live news: Northern Ireland lockdown easing to be unveiled; Olympics ‘could still be cancelled’

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Sylvie Corbet and Angela Charlton write for Associated Press this morning that France’s coronavirus death toll is expected to pass 100,000 today after a year of hospital tensions, on-and-off lockdowns and personal loss that have left families nationwide grieving the pandemic’s unending, devastating toll.

According to the Johns Hopkins University figures, the country has seen 5.2m cases and 99,936 deaths during the pandemic. The country of 67 million will be the eighth in the world to reach the symbolic six figure mark, and the third in Europe after the United Kingdom and Italy.

Here’s what PA Media says are the relaxation proposals they understands will be considered by Northern Ireland’s Stormont executive when it convenes later today. It’s unclear at present exactly when we can expect an announcement, but it is unlikely to be before late afternoon in Belfast. The list is:

From 23 April:

Continue reading… Source: The Guardian

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