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#covid-19 restrictions

# covid-19-restrictions - Wednesday 15 June, 2022

Customer fails in facemask discrimination case against €1 million lotto shop
# Facemasks
# Facemasks

Customer fails in facemask discrimination case against €1 million lotto shop

Jun 15th 2022, 2:50 PM 30,840 Views 0 Comments

When asked by the shop owner whether or not he would wear a mask in the shop, Paul Kinsella refused.

# covid-19-restrictions - Friday 10 June, 2022

New restrictions not on cards despite 'significant increase' in hospital cases, Donnelly says
# Coronavirus
# Coronavirus

New restrictions not on cards despite 'significant increase' in hospital cases, Donnelly says

Jun 10th 2022, 4:54 PM 34,427 Views 33 Comments

The number of patients with Covid-19 in hospital has more than doubled in a fortnight.

# covid-19-restrictions - Thursday 9 June, 2022

Push to recruit events staff as industry tries to keep up with post-Covid demand
# Culture
# Culture

Push to recruit events staff as industry tries to keep up with post-Covid demand

Jun 9th 2022, 6:00 AM 10,918 Views 10 Comments

Last weekend, some event attendees reported lengthy waits in queues for food or drink.

# covid-19-restrictions - Wednesday 30 March, 2022

Covid-19 powers allowing Government to impose legal restrictions to be let lapse tomorrow
# Emergency Powers
# Emergency Powers

Covid-19 powers allowing Government to impose legal restrictions to be let lapse tomorrow

Mar 30th 2022, 3:34 PM 15,662 Views 17 Comments

However, healthcare workers are warning that a surge in Covid-19 cases and hospitalisations is pressuring on the sector.

# covid-19-restrictions - Monday 7 March, 2022

EU citizen allowed challenge fine he received while travelling during Covid restrictions
# Covid Fine
# Covid Fine

EU citizen allowed challenge fine he received while travelling during Covid restrictions

Mar 7th 2022, 9:22 PM 25,456 Views 0 Comments

The man brought the challenge to the high court after being fined €2,000 for travelling abroad.

# covid-19-restrictions - Monday 14 February, 2022

All Covid-19 restrictions in Northern Ireland to be lifted from tomorrow
# Stormont Executive
# Stormont Executive

All Covid-19 restrictions in Northern Ireland to be lifted from tomorrow

Feb 14th 2022, 7:00 PM 25,059 Views 7 Comments

Northern Ireland’s Health Minister, Robin Swann, made the announcement this evening.

# covid-19-restrictions - Wednesday 12 January, 2022

Anti-restrictions protesters try to storm Bulgarian parliament
# Covid-19 Protest
# Covid-19 Protest

Anti-restrictions protesters try to storm Bulgarian parliament

Jan 12th 2022, 5:51 PM 11,972 Views 24 Comments

A heavy police presence prevented protesters from entering the building in Sofia.

# covid-19-restrictions - Friday 3 December, 2021

No more than four households to meet inside homes in coming weeks, public advised
# Household Visits
# Household Visits

No more than four households to meet inside homes in coming weeks, public advised

Dec 3rd 2021, 6:23 PM 31,671 Views 83 Comments

Taoiseach Micheál Martin announced a number of new Covid restrictions this evening.

# covid-19-restrictions - Monday 20 September, 2021

Employers demanding workers return to office could face ‘legal risk’ in cases of medical concerns
# Working 9 To 5
# Working 9 To 5

Employers demanding workers return to office could face ‘legal risk’ in cases of medical concerns

Sep 20th 2021, 12:05 AM 42,875 Views 60 Comments
  • Covid-19 restrictions on non-essential work are easing from today and lifting fully on 22 October.
  • Employers will need to engage with employees who have concerns in a "reasonable fashion", according to an employment lawyer.
  • Office workers have mixed feelings about returning to the workplace, Lauren Boland reports.

# covid-19-restrictions - Thursday 16 September, 2021

Are you satisfied with how your workplace is handling reopening? We want to hear your story
# In The Works
# In The Works

Are you satisfied with how your workplace is handling reopening? We want to hear your story

Updated Sep 16th 2021, 9:39 AM 46,716 Views 51 Comments

Public health restrictions on work are easing from Monday. What does that mean for you?

# covid-19-restrictions - Wednesday 18 August, 2021

Entertainment Industry group 'disappointed' after meeting with Minister
# Keep An Ear Out
# Keep An Ear Out

Entertainment Industry group 'disappointed' after meeting with Minister

Updated Aug 18th 2021, 10:00 PM 40,057 Views 81 Comments

Musicians and entertainers want the government to set a timeline for when live events can return.

# covid-19-restrictions - Friday 6 August, 2021

Roadmap to be published for 'easing or removal' of last Covid restrictions
# Covid-19 Committee
# Covid-19 Committee

Roadmap to be published for 'easing or removal' of last Covid restrictions

Aug 6th 2021, 9:04 PM 36,004 Views 50 Comments

The roadmap for an end of Covid-19 restrictions will be published by the end of August.

# covid-19-restrictions - Tuesday 6 July, 2021

Northern Ireland won't follow England's approach to easing restrictions, says deputy first minister
# Public Health
# Public Health

Northern Ireland won't follow England's approach to easing restrictions, says deputy first minister

Jul 6th 2021, 4:42 PM 13,041 Views 9 Comments

Michelle O’Neill branded the UK Government’s approach to removing restrictions “reckless”.

# covid-19-restrictions - Sunday 23 May, 2021

Pubs challenge government to open indoor hospitality by 1 July
# Reopening
# Reopening

Pubs challenge government to open indoor hospitality by 1 July

May 23rd 2021, 12:07 PM 43,447 Views 85 Comments

The government is expected to lay out plans for the next stage of easing restrictions this week.

# covid-19-restrictions - Sunday 9 May, 2021

Street parties held to celebrate end of Spain’s state of emergency
# Spanish Lockdown
# Spanish Lockdown

Street parties held to celebrate end of Spain’s state of emergency

May 9th 2021, 2:14 PM 40,945 Views 37 Comments

Local restaurants will be able to serve dinner again from Sunday and can stay open until 11pm.

# covid-19-restrictions - Sunday 11 April, 2021

Covid-19 restrictions set to be eased slightly from tomorrow
# Restrictions
# Restrictions

Covid-19 restrictions set to be eased slightly from tomorrow

Apr 11th 2021, 6:30 AM 55,435 Views 50 Comments

People will be able to travel within their own county for non-essential purposes.

# covid-19-restrictions - Friday 12 March, 2021

Organisers of vigil for Sarah Everard take legal action over ‘about-face by police’
# Covid-19 Restrictions
# Covid-19 Restrictions

Organisers of vigil for Sarah Everard take legal action over ‘about-face by police’

Mar 12th 2021, 11:37 AM 21,957 Views 2 Comments

Scotland Yard said it understands the ‘public’s strength of feeling’ and remains in discussion with organisers about whether a gathering can be held.

# covid-19-restrictions - Saturday 27 February, 2021

'We will bring perpetrators to justice': Anti-lockdown protest condemned after injuries and arrests
# Grafton St
# Grafton St

'We will bring perpetrators to justice': Anti-lockdown protest condemned after injuries and arrests

Feb 27th 2021, 7:55 PM 48,741 Views 64 Comments

Three gardaí were injured at the Dublin protest this afternoon, with one needing hospital treatment.

# covid-19-restrictions - Friday 26 February, 2021

Debunked: No, People Before Profit has not organised a 'pro-lockdown' rally
# Factcheck
# Factcheck

Debunked: No, People Before Profit has not organised a 'pro-lockdown' rally

Feb 26th 2021, 6:00 AM 13,857 Views 0 Comments

A false flyer advertising a pro-lockdown rally has been incorrectly attributed to People Before Profit and Le Chéile.

# covid-19-restrictions - Sunday 21 February, 2021

Construction and retail likely to be industries ‘first on list’ to return when case numbers ease
# Reopening
# Reopening

Construction and retail likely to be industries ‘first on list’ to return when case numbers ease

Feb 21st 2021, 5:39 PM 72,881 Views 63 Comments

Professor Philip Nolan has said that Ireland is looking at a summer where we “make the most of the outdoors”.

Restrictions for March to be set out 'with clarity' this week, minister says
# Lockdown
# Lockdown

Restrictions for March to be set out 'with clarity' this week, minister says

Feb 21st 2021, 1:42 PM 66,242 Views 94 Comments

Legislation on mandatory hotel quarantine is due to come before the Dáil this week.

# covid-19-restrictions - Sunday 14 February, 2021

DUP says a two-island approach to international travel is worth 'exploring'
# Travel
# Travel

DUP says a two-island approach to international travel is worth 'exploring'

Feb 14th 2021, 7:05 PM 39,347 Views 27 Comments

The party’s leader said there was “scope for cooperation” on a joint approach between Ireland and the UK.

# covid-19-restrictions - Sunday 31 January, 2021

'Major reopening' of economy in March unlikely, says Taoiseach
# Restrictions
# Restrictions

'Major reopening' of economy in March unlikely, says Taoiseach

Jan 31st 2021, 5:05 PM 84,064 Views 127 Comments

Ireland may be moving towards a phased reopening of education.

# covid-19-restrictions - Sunday 24 January, 2021

Shebeen shut down at industrial premises in Swords
# Penalties
# Penalties

Shebeen shut down at industrial premises in Swords

Jan 24th 2021, 5:26 PM 109,283 Views 89 Comments

Gardaí found alcohol, beer kegs, taps, cash, and bar stools during a search.

# covid-19-restrictions - Monday 18 January, 2021

Cases document foster children facing stress and isolation during Covid-19 restrictions
# Foster Care
# Foster Care

Cases document foster children facing stress and isolation during Covid-19 restrictions

Jan 18th 2021, 7:10 AM 12,672 Views 2 Comments

Social workers, parents, foster carers and children have experienced additional stress in the last six months.

# covid-19-restrictions - Sunday 10 January, 2021

Advocacy groups to meet Education Minister tomorrow over closure of special education schools
# Lockdown
# Lockdown

Advocacy groups to meet Education Minister tomorrow over closure of special education schools

Jan 10th 2021, 4:11 PM 15,931 Views 54 Comments

Disability advocates have said that the closure of schools “left families and children with special educational needs reeling”.

# covid-19-restrictions - Saturday 9 January, 2021

Twelve arrested at anti-lockdown protest in London
# Police
# Police

Twelve arrested at anti-lockdown protest in London

Jan 9th 2021, 5:45 PM 33,340 Views 82 Comments

The protest took place after London mayor Sadiq Khan declared a “major incident” as the spread of coronavirus threatens to “overwhelm” hospitals.

# covid-19-restrictions - Wednesday 9 December, 2020

HSE to allow partners of pregnant women to attend 20-week scan
# Maternity Services
# Maternity Services

HSE to allow partners of pregnant women to attend 20-week scan

Dec 9th 2020, 8:55 AM 16,683 Views 23 Comments

Correspondence from women to the Department of Health have shown the distress the Covid-19 restriction caused.

# covid-19-restrictions - Sunday 6 December, 2020

NPHET dismissed proposal for six-month restriction limiting number of social contacts to six
# Counting On Friends
# Counting On Friends

NPHET dismissed proposal for six-month restriction limiting number of social contacts to six

Dec 6th 2020, 5:25 PM 44,611 Views 21 Comments

The proposed plan would have allowed young adults living at home to have a group of six contacts separate from their parents.

# covid-19-restrictions - Tuesday 3 November, 2020

Confusion sown by UK ministers over rules for England's lockdown

Confusion sown by UK ministers over rules for England's lockdown

Nov 3rd 2020, 2:51 PM 19,618 Views 12 Comments

New rules are coming into effect in England on Thursday in an effort to control the spread of Covid-19.

# covid-19-restrictions - Tuesday 6 October, 2020

Increasingly worried, supportive of restrictions: What opinion poll findings tell us about Ireland's perception of the pandemic
# Covid-19
# Covid-19

Increasingly worried, supportive of restrictions: What opinion poll findings tell us about Ireland's perception of the pandemic

Oct 6th 2020, 4:27 PM 21,042 Views 46 Comments

The latest public opinion survey shows that more people are worried about Covid-19.

# covid-19-restrictions - Thursday 16 July, 2020

Ransomware and remote working: If Twitter can be breached, then every company must be vigilant
# Opinion
# Opinion

Ransomware and remote working: If Twitter can be breached, then every company must be vigilant

Jul 16th 2020, 7:00 AM 9,679 Views 5 Comments

Jacky Fox of Accenture Security outlines the security threats posed to busineses at the moment and offers some advice on how to handle this growing criminal activity.

# covid-19-restrictions - Sunday 21 June, 2020

Yoga instructors: 'We are basically starting from scratch as an industry'
# Flexible Solutions
# Flexible Solutions

Yoga instructors: 'We are basically starting from scratch as an industry'

Jun 21st 2020, 8:30 AM 31,446 Views 12 Comments

Yoga studio owners say social distancing will stretch the sector to its limits.

# covid-19-restrictions - Wednesday 17 June, 2020

Pubs, churches and cafes: Looking ahead to what to expect in Phase Three
# Leaving Lockdown
# Leaving Lockdown

Pubs, churches and cafes: Looking ahead to what to expect in Phase Three

Jun 17th 2020, 6:30 AM 42,334 Views 22 Comments

As Ireland continues to re-open, the exact nature of Phase Three and Phase Four is being planned.

# covid-19-restrictions - Wednesday 13 May, 2020

Boris Johnson calls for 'proper marshalling' at train stations to stop crowding on public transport
# UK
# UK

Boris Johnson calls for 'proper marshalling' at train stations to stop crowding on public transport

May 13th 2020, 2:10 PM 17,412 Views 37 Comments

Ministers have defended the easing of lockdown restrictions in England amid signs of confusion.

# covid-19-restrictions - Tuesday 28 April, 2020

Cabinet told there are no indications that virus levels are low enough to ease restrictions on 5 May
# Covid-19
# Covid-19

Cabinet told there are no indications that virus levels are low enough to ease restrictions on 5 May

Apr 28th 2020, 3:14 PM 48,277 Views 214 Comments

The plan to lift restrictions will be discussed by Cabinet on Friday.