Vaccinated – Irish Pubs and Restaurants Reopen Indore for International

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Restaurants, pubs and other bars in Ireland will be able to open their interiors, starting this Monday (26), to receive customers who have already been vaccinated or who have landed in Kovid-19 in the last six months.

According to government guidelines, the service will be conducted at the table only and will include a maximum of six people per group. These institutions can also be accessed by minors who have been vaccinated or who have recovered from the disease.

Opening hours will be until 23:30.

The Irish catering sector was one of the most regulated in Europe during the Pandemic.

The Wine Growers’ Federation of Ireland (VFI, abbreviated in English) has been told that the exemption from anti-Covid-19 measures will allow 3,000 pubs in Ireland to reopen “for the first time since March 2020”. Bringing together 4,000 pub owners.

The PFD considered the new rules to be “expensive” and “complicated to apply” and called for the “immediate removal” of the obligation to inspect clients’ immunizations.

More than a thousand people gathered in front of the Prime Minister’s residence in Dublin on Saturday (24) to protest against the anti-Kovid-19 health passport.

Vaccination is widely accepted in Ireland, with a population of about 5 million.

Yesterday (25) Irish health services chief Paul Reid said 68 per cent of adults had already been vaccinated against Kovid-19, which killed 5,026 people in the country.


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