The first phase of a plan to ease health restrictions related to the Kovid-19 pandemic follows the announcement made by Irish Prime Minister Tao Michelle Martin on Monday, April 10, tomorrow, May 29th. Country, hairdressers reopen or approve large gatherings in the open air.
What will change from Monday, May 10th
Restrictions on inter-county travel will be removed and from that date people will be able to travel anywhere in the country (including Northern Ireland).
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 will reopen to a full retail on May 17th.
Sports training for adults in all 15 sports and groups can resume 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 10, private indoor home visits are allowed on the following occasions (without masks or social distance):
- People who have been vaccinated for as long as there are no more than 3 households can see other people who have been fully vaccinated inside.
- People who are fully immunized can meet strangers in the same household who do not have a serious illness and do not have more than 3 households.
Below are the key steps in the continuation of the severance plan, which was announced late last month
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 limited to 6 people). 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.
Do-it-yourself sports events can be played but without spectators.
Cinemas can reopen.
Gyms, swimming pools and recreation centers can be reopened.