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Coronavirus: Republic of Ireland to move to highest restrictions

BBC News Monday, 19 October 2020
The new rules, broadly similar to the spring lockdown, are due to last for six weeks.
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Ireland will be placed in a second lockdown in a bid to curb the spread ofCovid-19. The Irish Government has agreed to impose the highest level ofrestrictions under its five-tiered plan for living with Covid-19 from midnighton Wednesday for six weeks. In doing so, the country will adopt one of...

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