Kovid 19 – Ireland lifts almost all health restrictions!


Addressing the nation this evening, Taoiseach Michael Martin (Prime Minister of Ireland) confirmed that following the recommendations of the National Public Health Emergency Team (NPHET), most of the Kovid restrictions will be lifted from 6am on Saturday. January 22).

Return to the normal time of pubs this weekend

Therefore, the 8pm curfew for the hospitality area will be lifted until today, allowing restaurants, pubs and nightclubs to resume normal hours.

The distance between tables in hospitality venues, table service only and the rule of a maximum of six people per table will also be removed.

Other restrictions removed from Saturday include limiting the number of people who can gather at home, indoor and outdoor events.

At the same time, the Kovid Certificate requirements for access to bars, restaurants, and other venues are flexible, although the certificate is required for international travel.

From Monday, companies will be able to return to work in the office step by step, depending on workplace conditions and employee consultation.

Proceedings are still ongoing

Masks will be retained until February 28 in all settings currently regulated, including retail outlets and public transportation, as well as safety measures in schools and daycare.

People traveling outside the country are required to present Covid digital certificates and complete locator forms when entering Ireland.

Current public health guidelines for contact cases presented on January 12, those with symptoms, and people diagnosed with Kovid-19 positive will be reviewed at the end of February.

Impatient Prime Minister in the spring!

“Today is a good day,” Mr. Martin said. “We resisted de Omikron,” he added.

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“Spring is coming, and I do not know if I’ve ever been so anxious. […] Vaccination is important and the evidence is clear. Please, if you have not already done so, get your shot and booster.

However, “the pandemic is not over yet, and we must all be careful. It is important to say that I can not promise you that there will not be more twists in the future.

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