To combat the proliferation of the Delta variant, the Irish government yesterday decided that only those who have completed the vaccination course or who have graduated from Kovid-19 can sit in restaurants and pubs.
On June 7, bars and restaurants reopened with do-it-yourself drinks: now they can welcome customers inside, but only those who are completely immune or recovering. Announcing the decision, Irish Prime Minister Michael Martin said it was dangerous to gather opportunities in the area because of the highly contagious Delta variant.
Come on Writes PostThe Irish government had hoped to impose similar restrictions on theaters and concert halls. Since the onset of the pandemic in Ireland, 272,000 cases of Kovid-19 cases have been reported. Yesterday there were 342 new infections. Now 3.6 million people have been vaccinated, 75 percent of the total 4.9 million residents. Forty-one percent of Irish people have completed the vaccination cycle, and about 24,000 have recovered (others can eat at home).
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