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|What are Northern Ireland's Covid-19 rules now?
The past few months have seen many Covid restrictions eased in Northern Ireland, after a long period of lockdown.
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But Stormont ministers, who decide what to relax and when, have kept some measures in place.
BBC News NI explains what rules remain and how Northern Ireland compares to other parts of the UK and the Republic of Ireland.
As one of the first measures introduced when the pandemic took hold last March, businesses and people have had to rapidly adjust to
keeping their distance.
Now, the legal requirement for social distancing outdoors no longer exists in Northern Ireland.
It has been removed for shops, cinemas, theatres and many other indoor settings while social distancing will no longer be required
in bars, restaurants and cafes from 31 October.
The executive has asked some sectors to put in place mitigations including proof of double vaccination or a negative lateral flow test.
But this will be advice and not legally enforceable.
Although face coverings are no longer mandatory in many places in England, those rules do not apply in Northern Ireland.
Instead, people must still wear them on public transport, in shops and a number of other settings - unless they are exempt.
Scotland and Wales have also maintained the rules on face coverings.
Since July, people going to places of worship in Northern Ireland no longer have to wear a face covering during the service,
but it's still the law to wear them when entering and exiting the building.