Kovid-19 in Ireland – What changes are being made this Monday, July 5th


Despite the strong disappointment with the announcement on Monday, July 5 that pubs will not be able to resume their indoor service, some changes still need to be considered.

This is from Monday 5th July

Events Door events As expected, the number of participants in events organized in organized toddlers can reach 200 or 500 for stadiums or venues with a capacity of more than 5000 people.

Marriages : Unusually, already planned weddings will be allowed to take place based on expected changes, and 50 guests will be allowed to attend wedding receptions with protective measures

Indoor activities, Organized events, resumption of service in bars and restaurants, training, group workouts and dancing : Until a vaccination or immunization system is established, things will not go as planned. The government will develop an implementation plan by July 19.

From July 19 (depending on health condition)

International Travel : The current government’s advice is to avoid unnecessary international travel. Depending on the public health situation prevailing at the time, Ireland would use the European Union’s Covid Digital Certificate (DCC) for travel from the European Union / EEA.

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