Today marks one year since first lockdown in North


Today marks one year since Northern Ireland entered its first full lockdown.

UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson ordered people to stay at home for three weeks, except for very limited purposes.

Nearly 750,000 Covid-19 vaccinations have now been administered in the North, which reported its lowest number of cases in six months yesterday, at 87.

Dr Tom Black, the Northern Ireland chair of the British Medical Association, says the vaccine programme is going well: