Contact tracing will need to stay in place – Foster

Northern Ireland's First Minister says measures to control Covid 19 could be needed for up to two years.

The North recorded one more death from coronavirus yesterday and 13 new cases.

A further easing of lockdown is expected there next month - which could include outdoor weddings with up to ten people being allowed.

First Minister Arlene Foster has told the BBC measures such as contact tracing will need to stay in place for a long time: