The rules in the hospitality sector are “irrational”, where a hotel can have a wedding with 50 people, but a funeral cannot be held on the same number as Dabel said.
Independent TD Matty McGrath said there were naked contradictions in the regulations.
A hotel “can hold a wedding reception for 50 people, but for a Christian, birthday or, sadly, only a party of six can host any other important family event.
“It simply came to our notice then. This is strange, irrational, destructive to industry and dangerous to the spirit of our community way of life. ”
Tipperary TD spoke while presenting a private member’s resolution calling for the rules to be removed.
The requirement for pubs to keep records of each food order for 28 days is “more relevant than the government’s announcement that our traditional pubs will reopen on September 21”.
Health Minister Stephen Donnelly justified the rules. In the last two weeks, three out of a lakh in July have gone up from 35 to 35. An average of 175 cases in the last five days.
They are not at the level seen in April or May, but “we are on the way up”.
He said in a later discussion that the World Health Organization had previously said that “Ireland stands for political solidarity” compared to other countries that have used Kovid as a political football.
However he acknowledged that their numbers were not enough to defeat Lukashenko’s government, and criticized the TDs for publicly denouncing actions they knew were life-saving.
He said Ireland was now in the second chapter of an epidemic aimed at suppressing the virus.
Limerick Independent TD Richard O’Donoghue appealed to the TDs to support the resolution, “for the IFA, Macrana Fairme, and organizations with only six members in one meeting.”
O’Donoghue said 159 TDs will be transferred to Leinster Highways. Not everyone is allowed into the closet, but “we use common sense, we bring masks,” he said, adding that the public should be given the same responsibility.
Independent TD Jackie Healy-Ray said the government could not understand the “brutal pressure” needed to open pubs because it would not allow pubs to open when there were less than ten cases a day. Now there are 320 cases a day, which makes it impossible to open pubs. ”
Last week he mentioned pictures of a man and his son on the roof of a car watching a GAA match from the roadside, while the other two were on a ladder. He claimed that it was the result of Tao Tsev’s pledge to work with the GAA to see how many people could be admitted to the stadiums to watch the matches.
Sinfen Health spokesman David Cullinan alleged that the government had given mixed messages and missed targets for testing and detection. He said all pubs should now be opened on the same basis.
Sean Sherlock, a spokesman for Labor Rural Affairs, said the minister needed to “stop acting like an independent observer from Stokes Kennedy Crowley” to show more sympathy and irrationality.
Pubs need to be reopened to allow their influence in meeting the needs of basic human beings, to “deliver intergenerational solidarity, to leave home, to meet, meet, talk, chat, mourn and mourn with other members of a community.”
Dale will vote on the resolution on Thursday.