Pubs that do not serve food, or so-called "wet pubs", in Northern Ireland will be permitted to reopen on September 21.
The news follows the announcement earlier this week that the Republic of Ireland's "wet pubs" will be permitted to reopen on September 21.
Robust Measures To Limit Social Interaction
As reported by The Belfast Telegraph, Northern Ireland's first minister, Arlene Foster, and deputy first minister, Michelle O'Neill, said that the reopening of Northern Ireland's "wet pubs" will be accompanied by robust measures to limit social interaction.
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