Confusion over the situation in Dublin under the new Pandemic Plan

Confusion over the situation in Dublin under the new Pandemic Plan

The confusion over what the Covid-19 measures would apply to Dublin, the direct contradictions between ministers, and the sudden declaration that cabinet members were “self-isolated” overcame the publication of the government’s plan to deal with the pandemic for the next six months.

Opposition parties have stated they will not run in the by-elections, but will use a five-level framework to control the spread of the corona virus.

While the country is currently assigned to the second level, Dublin was included in the second level but became operational on Tuesday night with additional restrictions.

There was confusion as to what the actual restrictions were. Health Minister Stephen Donnelly said residents of Dublin can travel outside the country.

However, Taoist Michael Martin later clarified the advice of the National Public Health Emergency Team (NPET), which encouraged people not to travel to Dublin but did not impose any restrictions.

“I encourage people not to travel if possible,” Martin told RTE.

Tennis leo Varadkar told RTE’s prime time last night, “The government strongly discourages people from traveling outside of Dublin or the country unless necessary.

“It could be for work reasons. Maybe caring for someone. . . It doesn’t really take a weekend. “

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