The government has given the green light to Elite Sports despite moving the country to the fifth level of the framework for living with Kovid-19 to curb the growing number of corona viruses nationwide.
Confirming the increased restrictions, Tavoich made the announcement this evening, opening the door to move forward as planned for this year’s GAA Championship.
A press release issued by the Government Press Office stated, “No training or competitions shall be held except for professional, elite sports, inter-county galic games, horse racing and ground round racing. Closed doors “.
“Given the potential impact on children and adolescents with restrictions, non-contact training for orthodox and school-age children on 15-year-old pods may continue.
“All other training activities must be individualized with certain exceptions.”
The GAA Alliance League returned on Saturday after a 33-week suspension due to an outbreak, and the SSE Airtight League season reached its climax.
Ireland’s rugby internationals are gearing up for a busy autumn series and the conclusion of the Guinness Book of Six Nations, while the national hunting season of horse racing will be in the coming weeks.
Minister of Government
The new regulations, which take effect from midnight on Wednesday, will take effect until the end of November.
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