Deputy First Minister Michelle O’Neill tests positive for Covid-19
Northern Ireland’s deputy first minister Michelle O’Neill has said she has tested positive for Covid-19.
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The vice president of Sinn Féin tweeted that she would remain in self-isolation and hopes to return to her public duties next week.
A meeting of the Stormont Executive due to take place on Wednesday, to discuss the coronavirus restrictions, has been postponed until next week.
“I am thankful to have had two doses of the vaccine,” Ms O’Neill said.
“Executive Office Minister Declan Kearney will take forward departmental business in the meantime.”
On Tuesday, the Irish Cabinet agreed on a plan that would effectively end most Covid-19 restrictions by 22 October.
The cabinet said the easing of rules is dependent on 90% of adults being vaccinated and Covid-19 cases remaining manageable.
Northern Ireland’s First Minister Paul Givan previously said he wanted all regulations lifted by the end of September.
Economy Minister Gordon Lyons has said he “absolutely” supports that view.
“Although we have a steady number of cases, we have had a massive reduction in the number of hospitalisations compared to January and February,” he said.
Mr Givan’s DUP colleague said the Stormont executive must now “set out a path” for ending Covid-19 restrictions.