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The Health Protection (Coronavirus, Restrictions) Regulations (Northern Ireland) 2020 (revoked)

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  1. Introductory Text

  2. 1.Citation, commencement and interpretation

  3. 2.The emergency period and review of need for restrictions

  4. 3.Requirement to close premises and businesses during the emergency

  5. 4.Further restrictions and closures during the emergency period

  6. 4A.Restriction applicable to burial grounds

  7. 5.Restrictions on movement

  8. 6.Restrictions on gatherings

  9. 6A.Restrictions on outdoor gatherings

  10. 6B.Requirement to wear a face covering on public transport

  11. 7.Enforcement of requirement

  12. 8.Offences and penalties

  13. 9.Fixed penalty notices

  14. 10.Effect of fixed penalty notice

  15. 11.Registration certificates

  16. 12.Registration of penalty

  17. 13.Challenge to notice

  18. 14.Setting aside of sum enforceable under regulation 12

  19. 15.Expiry

  20. Signature

    1. SCHEDULE 1

      Underlying Medical Conditions

      1. 1.Chronic (long term) respiratory diseases, such as all cystic fibrosis,...

      2. 2.Chronic heart disease, such as heart failure.

      3. 3.Chronic kidney disease.

      4. 4.Chronic liver disease, such as hepatitis.

      5. 5.Chronic neurological conditions, such as Parkinson's disease, motor neurone disease,...

      6. 6.Diabetes.

      7. 7.Cancers.

      8. 8.Problems with the spleen, such as sickle cell disease or...

      9. 9.A weakened immune system as the result of conditions such...

      10. 10.Being seriously overweight, with a body mass index of 40...

      11. 11.Rare diseases and inborn errors of metabolism that significantly increase...

    2. SCHEDULE 2

      Businesses subject to restrictions or closure

      1. PART 1

        1. 1.Bars, including bars in hotels.

        2. 2.Public houses.

        3. 3.Clubs registered in accordance with the Registration of Clubs (Northern...

        4. 4.Public houses.

      2. PART 2

        1. 5.. . . . . . . . . ....

        2. 6.Theatres.

        3. 7.Nightclubs.

        4. 8.. . . . . . . . . ....

        5. 9.Concert halls.

        6. 10.. . . . . . . . . ....

        7. 11.. . . . . . . . . ....

        8. 12.. . . . . . . . . ....

        9. 13.Spas, insofar as they provide services involving water or steam...

        10. 14.. . . . . . . . . ....

        11. 15.. . . . . . . . . ....

        12. 16.. . . . . . . . . ....

        13. 17.Skating rinks.

        14. 18.... swimming pools, bowling alleys, ... or soft play areas...

        15. 19.Funfairs (whether outdoors or indoors),

        16. 20.... ... ....

        17. 20A.Conference halls and conference facilities, including those in hotels.

        18. 21.Outdoor markets (except for livestock markets (whether for slaughter or...

        19. 22.Car showrooms.

        20. 23.Auction houses except for livestock auctions, (whether for slaughter or...

      3. PART 3

        1. 24.Businesses offering goods for sale or hire in a shop,...

        2. 25.Off licences and licensed shops selling alcohol (including breweries).

        3. 26.Pharmacies (including non-dispensing pharmacies) and chemists.

        4. 27.Newsagents.

        5. 28.Homeware, building supplies and hardware stores.

        6. 29.Petrol stations.

        7. 30.Motor vehicle repair and MOT services.

        8. 31.Bicycle shops.

        9. 32.Taxi or vehicle hire businesses.

        10. 33.Banks, building societies, credit unions, short term loan providers and...

        11. 34.Post offices.

        12. 35.Funeral directors.

        13. 36.Laundrettes and dry cleaners.

        14. 37.Dental services, opticians, audiology services, chiropody, chiropractors, osteopaths and other...

        15. 38.Veterinary surgeons and pet shops.

        16. 39.Agricultural supplies shops.

        17. 40.Storage and distribution facilities, including delivery drop off or collection...

        18. 41.Car parks.

        19. 42.Public toilets.

        20. 43.Garden centres and ornamental plant nurseries (but not cafes or...

        21. 44.Animal care or welfare services, including boarding, stabling, grooming, exercising,...

        22. 45.Retailers or wholesalers of motor vehicles, including cars, light goods...

        23. 46.Retailers of the following items which are situated in premises—...

        24. 47.Outdoor markets and auction houses.

        25. 48.Repairers of goods, including electrical and electronic items, shoes, clothing,...

  21. Explanatory Note

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