There are many questions which people in Northern Ireland have about how the latest restrictions and health advice will affect their lives.
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BBC News NI has been looking at some of the popular topics raised following the most recent edition of Coronavirus Catch-Up.
The programme, which went out on Thursday, answered questions submitted by you, the audience.
However, with time constraints, it was not possible to answer some of the many questions that were sent in.
Below, we answer some of the questions sent our way and look at the rules around everything from vaccine certification to booster jabs and international travel.
Can the original vaccine cards be used instead of the COVIDCert NI app to enter venues?
Yes, they can be used.
Although Stormont ministers have encouraged the use of the COVIDCert NI app, which relevant venues can scan to reveal a person's vaccine status, there are other ways to gain entry.
The certificate scheme was designed to reduce transmission at venues such as bars, restaurants, theatres, cinemas and nightclubs.
To apply for this, users must first apply for a travel certificate, before then applying for a domestic certificate which contains vaccine information and photographic identification.
Can I use the app if I am from outside Northern Ireland?
According to the Department of Health, the domestic certificate is only available to Northern Ireland residents who have had both vaccines in Northern Ireland.
However, the COVIDCert Check NI app, which is used by venues to scan the quick response (QR) codes, will be able to scan QR codes on equivalent certificate apps which meet European Union (EU) and World Health Organisation (WHO) standards, or where there is a bilateral agreement in place with the UK's Foreign, Commonwealth & Development Office.