Call to open lithrim pubs as Kovid-19 transmission rates are low

Call to open lithrim pubs as Kovid-19 transmission rates are low

There has been no increase in Kovid-19 cases since August 2.
To date, the county has reported 85 cases of the virus, the lowest in the country.

Aontú leader Pedar asked the Tibetan government to reconsider its strategy to close the pub, especially in Lytrim.

He said, “The government has already imposed restrictions on a county-by-county basis. Covid’s expansion has a pattern to match the counties ’restrictions. They agreed that there was a logic to dealing with restrictions on a county basis. ”
Within 20 days, no cases of Kovid were reported in Lytrim. Yet their pubs are closed. Covid’s levels have dropped significantly in recent weeks in many other cities, but their pubs have not closed. It flies in front of that logic. ”
“If pubs across the country have anything to do with the future, the government will raise and lower the stock bill, which must now be poured in by the heartbroken, financially distressed public.
He commented that many rural pubs could never be reopened.

In the past two weeks, Connacht County has reported only 13 new cases in Galway, Mayo, Sligo and Lightrim.
The latest figures show Sligo with 157 cases, Longford with 296 cases, Roscommon with 362 cases, Donegal and Cavan with 892 cases and 532 cases, respectively.

In the last seven days, 62,179 tests were completed with a positive rate of 1.2 per cent. There are six people in the ICU and no deaths have been reported nationwide for eight days. There are currently 1,777 COVID-19 related deaths in Ireland.
If cases continue to escalate, the NPH will retain a number of cases, including Dublin, Limerick, Tipperary and Wexford, if localized lockdowns are implemented.

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