Coronavirus in a devolved UK: Northern Ireland – BBC News

The four nations of the UK have each had strikingly different responses to the coronavirus crisis.

Devolution has meant different policies in England, Wales, Scotland and Northern Ireland – from easing lockdown, to whether masks and face coverings should be compulsory, to track and trace strategies.

In one of a series of BBC News at Ten reports from each of the four nations, Ireland Correspondent Emma Vardy reports.

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    1. Andrew Percival bs not true she had a fever from something else not from corona cos It doesn’t exist. She must have got the cold. She was given a poison then because she had tested positive.

    2. @Ali you’re sick in the head. She had a fever, i brought her for a test. It was positive. She came home, got a terrible cough, stayed bad for 5 days and passed away on day 6. No one killed her off but the virus

    3. Andrew Percival it’s from other causes they killed her off you moron. Ask me how many times people got forced tested and then tested positive you never see them again. Wake up you fkn clown

  1. Please UK do not come to IRELAND NORTH OR SOUTH OF IRELAND JUST BECAUSE YOU CAN. WE ARE ONLY REOPENING AND TRYING TO GET BACK TO NORMAL. IF WE EVER TO GET A NEW NORMAL WITH OR WOTHOUT COVID 19 TREATMENTS. IT A VIRUS THAT THREATENS US ALL. THERES TOI HIGH A PRICE TO PAY FOR A BIT OF FUN.

  2. England can manage by thereselves they dont need Ireland, Scotland and wales..England is a powerhouse they dont need us they can just let us go

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