Northern Ireland will go back into a circuit breaker lockdown next week - to stop hospitals being overwhelmed due to Covid-19.
Hairdressers and cafes open today after five weeks of closures - however they will be forced to shutter again next week.
It means the hospitality industry there will be closed for eight weeks.
The DUP backed the extension of measures - despite vetoing restrictions twice last week.
Deputy First Minister Michelle O'Neill says it's become more than clear hospitals are on the brink.