Restaurants and pubs serving food should be kept away from takeaways and deliveries from the end of the month to prevent the spread of Kovid-19.
Under post-Christmas plans Irish Times It is reported that new restrictions will be imposed on businesses from December 30.
The move is expected to soften the advice of the National Public Health Emergency Response Team (NFET) to present it on December 28, rather than on the eve of New Year’s Eve.
It is hoped that Nephett’s advice to ban inter-county travel after Christmas and allow people to travel outside their country until January 6 will be rejected.
The new restrictions will also apply to domestic visits from December 30.
People will be asked to allow visits from more than one home, below the two currently allowed during the Christmas break.
Level 3 Plus
As people traditionally gather on a large scale, new restrictions will be put in place ahead of New Year’s Eve to reduce the number of close relationships.
The plans will remain subject to cabinet approval, and the government will meet on Tuesday to consider Enfit’s call for increased restrictions.
Enfet recommended the “Level 3 Plus” restrictions from December 28 in a letter to the government on Thursday.
Under these restrictions, people will stay in their homes and will close restaurants and gas stations, except for deliveries and takeaways.
Taoist Michelle Martin said Friday that the government is very careful to accept Nephet’s advice.
Kovid-19: ‘The country cannot cope with the damage’
Senior government sources said they were now preparing to implement the new restrictions in the days after Christmas.
Political sources have said privately that the “Level 3 Plus” restrictions will remain in place until a vaccine roll-out takes effect.
It’s like yesterday, Chief Medical Officer Dr. Tony Holohan “The country simply warned Can not copeThe current infection rate has been confirmed with the confirmation of Kovid-19 related deaths and 582 cases.
The cabinet and Nephet will meet over the Christmas period. The cabinet meeting will be held on December 29.