Irelands COVID-19 plan to limit social events and Dublin pub reopenings

Ireland introduced new coronavirus measures..

Ireland introduced new coronavirus measures Tuesday including special restrictions on social gatherings and pub reopenings in Dublin as part of a national “Plan for living with COVID-19.”

The plan, which comes into effect at midnight, aims to provide a flexible framework for reducing infection risk over the next six months. It details five risk levels with the lowest corresponding to minimal restrictions and level five equating to a return to full lockdown. Currently the country as a whole is at level two, meaning that most parts of the economy and society — such as schools, restaurants, pubs and gyms — are open.

“It shows how we can limit the impact of the virus, while keeping our schools open, protecting and expanding employment, reopening services and supporting social and cultural activity,” said Micheál Martin at a press conference introducing the plan.

But there is extra concern about a surge in cases in the capital. “Current COVID numbers in Dublin are very worrying,” said MarRead More – Source



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