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Ireland faces tighter Covid restrictions after rejecting public health advice

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Ireland faces tighter Covid restrictions after rejecting public health advice

Ireland faces tighter Covid restrictions after rejecting public health advice

Minister for Health Stephen Donnelly addresses the media at GovernmentBuildings in Dublin following the announcement that Ireland will face tighterCovid-19 restrictions.

Under the restrictions of level three, only sixvisitors from one household would be allowed to visit another household.

Thestricter measures include a ban on indoor social gatherings, a requirement forpubs and restaurants to only serve food outdoors, and a limit on travel in andout of the county for only work, education and essential purposes.


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