COVID-19 in Ireland – Plan to reopen country unveiled!


Light at the end of the tunnel … ‘Finally’ you might say! Of course, the Irish Prime Minister താവോയിച്ച് Approve a plan to significantly ease the health restrictions associated with the Kovid-19 pandemic, especially the independent movement in the country, the resumption of hairdressers or more do-it-yourself gatherings within two weeks

Schedule of reopening plan

Finally, with this presentation of the greatest resumption plan the country has seen since last May, there is good news about health controls in Ireland.

From May 10

Restrictions on inter-county travel will be removed, and from that date people will be able to travel anywhere in the country.

Human services will also resume, that is Barbers, Can be opened by hairdressers and beauty salons (by reservation only).

Services Click and collect It can be resumed for non-essential retail, and a full retail opening on May 17th.

Sports training for adults in all 15 sports and groups can be resumed from this date.

Increase in the number of people who can visit the doodor for social / recreational purposes including private parks – maximum 3 households / staff or 6 people from how many households

From May 17th

All businesses can reopen.

From June 2

Accommodation services can be reopened, including hotels, bed, breakfast, lodges and hostels.

From June 7

Pubs and restaurants can serve customers on the terrace (groups for 6 people only). There is no difference between pubs that serve food and those that do not.

The maximum number of people who can attend a reception wedding has been raised to 25.

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Do-it-yourself sports events can be played but without spectators.

Cinemas can reopen.

Gyms, swimming pools and recreation centers can be reopened.

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