Pubs and restaurants are expected to close their doors on December 30, while inter-county travel will continue until January 6.

Pubs and restaurants are expected to close their doors on December 30, while inter-county travel will continue until January 6.

Government sources revealed that restaurants and gastro pubs will have to close their doors on December 30, seven days earlier than originally planned.

When the National Public Health Emergency Team (NPET) called for the re-imposition of inter-travel travel restrictions before the New Year, it was understood that the government wanted to continue with the original plan and allow travel between the counties until January 6. .

“The level of the current restrictions is likely to be brought forward and the” Level 3 Plus “will be in place before the New Year,” Tavoich said yesterday.

However, the cabinet will decide on the exact restrictions when it meets next Tuesday.

Speaking yesterday, Michelle Martin described the NPET’s latest advice as “important restrictions”. “Rapid growth” of Kovid-19 cases.

Restaurants, hoteliers and the general public yesterday demanded clarity on what date to pay, with the NPET recommending December 28th.

It is now understood that the Cabinet disagreed with the advice given instead of telling these businesses to close their doors on December 30 to close the business.

The government will also decide not to follow the NPIET’s advice to ban inter-travel travel from the same date.

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There are concerns that families have already made plans for the Christmas celebration.

The government understands that some people may have left their home to stay with loved ones on Christmas day and in the neighborhood and set an expected return date.

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The new post-Christmas restrictions recommended by the NPET mean that one home can visit another, although it has not yet been decided when that restriction will begin.

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