Local leaders told they have until midday on Tuesday to agree to Tier 3 restrictions or face unilateral Government action.
The Irish Government agreed on Monday evening to move the entire country to the highest level of restrictions until December.
The facilities in Terminals 2 and 5 will initially offer tests to passengers travelling to Hong Kong and Italy.
New research shows 54% of businesses introduced remote working and 45% adopted social distancing measures.
More than 1.1 million deaths have been recorded involving coronavirus.
Localised lockdowns – down to just a few square miles, or even individual buildings – are more prevalent as authorities tackle the virus.
Christine Lagarde said: ‘If more has to be done, we will do more.’
Consumer spending and industrial production in the country has risen to pre-pandemic levels.
Wales is the latest nation to announce new measures in response to the second wave of Covid-19.
DUP minister Edwin Poots has faced calls to apologise for claiming infection rates were higher in nationalist areas.
It follows the introduction of level four coronavirus restrictions in Donegal, Cavan and Monaghan.
Geoffrey McKillop says he was astounded to see people gathering in Portballintrae across the weekend despite tough rules to control the virus.
World leaders are grappling with how to deal with a second wave of Covid-19.
Senior Conservatives have backed Mayor Andy Burnham in resisting a move to Tier 3 restrictions in Greater Manchester.
Deaths from dementia and Alzheimer’s disease in private homes in England rose 79% during the coronavirus pandemic, official figures show.
Mark Drakeford appealed for Wales to ‘come together – to play our part in a common endeavour’.
The measure is designed to slow the spread of the virus.
It is understood schools and creches will remain open, and elite level sports can also continue under the plan.
Sir Patrick Vallance said that only one disease – smallpox – had ever been completely eradicated.
The two-week lockdown will apply across Wales from 6pm on Friday.
It will begin at 6pm on October 23 and last until November 9.
Paul Frew’s criticism came as DUP minister Edwin Poots faced calls to apologise for claiming Covid-19 rates were higher in nationalist areas.
Cardiff and Merthyr Tydfil continue to record the highest rates.
Sir Richard Leese, leader of Manchester City Council, said Government strategy is the problem.
The comments come as the Government puts pressure on region to accept new Covid restrictions.