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Tuesday 3 October 2023 Dublin: 11°C

# Leaving lockdown

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Government considering advising people against travel to Northern Ireland, says Tánaiste
It is widely expected that Level 5 restrictions will be lifted and that the country will enter Level 3, with some modifications, next Wednesday.
NPHET is expected to make recommendations to government after its meeting today.
The Taoiseach is set to make an address to the nation on Friday.
Publicans say government and NPHET 'determined to close down sector'
Eviction ban and rent freeze to remain in place until at least April
Lockdown lifting announcement due on Friday, but won't clash with the Late Late Toy Show
Cabinet will meet today to discuss the government’s exit plan.
Government to consider international data and effect of visitor restrictions as it plots exit from Level 5
The Taoiseach has said that “no decisions have been made as yet” as to exactly what restrictions will follow Level 5.
Pubs, churches and cafes: Looking ahead to what to expect in Phase Three
As Ireland continues to re-open, the exact nature of Phase Three and Phase Four is being planned.
Parents drop children to 'kiss and go zones' as New Zealand reopens schools
Excited youngsters greeted classmates for the first time in eight weeks.
Restaurants, bars and churches reopen in Italy with Saint Peter's Basilica even taking visitors again
Churches in Rome were shuttered at the beginning of the coronavirus emergency.
Without contact tracing, countries are 'driving blind' warns WHO official
WHO emergencies chief Michael Ryan made the comments today.
Trump says Covid-19 is 'worse attack' than 9-11 and backtracks on disbanding taskforce
“This is worse than Pearl Harbour. This is worse than the World Trade Center,” the US president said.