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#lifting restrictions

# lifting-restrictions - Tuesday 1 February, 2022

Denmark becomes first EU country to lift all Covid restrictions despite record case numbers
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Denmark becomes first EU country to lift all Covid restrictions despite record case numbers

Feb 1st 2022, 1:10 PM 21,601 Views 30 Comments

The country’s health authority “recommends” that those who test positive for the virus should isolate for four days.

# lifting-restrictions - Saturday 22 January, 2022

Goodbye to the new normal, but is everyone ready to go back to the old normal?
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# Lifting Restrictions

Goodbye to the new normal, but is everyone ready to go back to the old normal?

Jan 22nd 2022, 12:03 AM 90,423 Views 66 Comments
  • Pete Lunn of the ESRI’s Behavioural Research Unit says it may take time for society to return to old habits.
  • An increasing number of people were ready to return to reality before the government's announcement, Rónán Duffy writes.

# lifting-restrictions - Friday 14 January, 2022

Govt to review 8pm closing time as Taoiseach hopes NPHET advice will allow easing of restrictions
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# Lifting Restrictions

Govt to review 8pm closing time as Taoiseach hopes NPHET advice will allow easing of restrictions

Jan 14th 2022, 1:45 PM 36,222 Views 62 Comments

Micheál Martin says case numbers are levelling off.

# lifting-restrictions - Thursday 14 October, 2021

Why are cases high if our vaccine rate is so good? Our proximity to the UK, says Donnelly
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# Lifting Restrictions

Why are cases high if our vaccine rate is so good? Our proximity to the UK, says Donnelly

Oct 14th 2021, 4:09 PM 41,297 Views 56 Comments

No consideration is being given to re-introducing any restrictions, says the minister.

# lifting-restrictions - Thursday 7 October, 2021

Dáil extends law allowing vaccine pass for indoor dining to January as a 'precaution'
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# Lifting Restrictions

Dáil extends law allowing vaccine pass for indoor dining to January as a 'precaution'

Oct 7th 2021, 1:52 PM 27,029 Views 14 Comments

Government says it plans to scrap the use of the Covid pass on 22 October.

# lifting-restrictions - Wednesday 10 March, 2021

Vaccine delays won't prevent 'modest' easing of restrictions on 5 April, says Tánaiste
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Vaccine delays won't prevent 'modest' easing of restrictions on 5 April, says Tánaiste

Mar 10th 2021, 2:48 PM 80,771 Views 84 Comments

Varadkar said the reopening of non-essential retail stores would be “further down the line”.

# lifting-restrictions - Thursday 18 June, 2020

105-minute time limit in pubs will be in place for just three weeks, says Fáilte Ireland
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# Lifting Restrictions

105-minute time limit in pubs will be in place for just three weeks, says Fáilte Ireland

Jun 18th 2020, 3:39 PM 43,863 Views 44 Comments

Pubs can serve alcohol along with a ‘substantial meal’ from 29 June.

# lifting-restrictions - Tuesday 9 June, 2020

'We mean what they've done in New Zealand': Irish scientists tell government of need to 'crush' the virus now
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# Lifting Restrictions

'We mean what they've done in New Zealand': Irish scientists tell government of need to 'crush' the virus now

Jun 9th 2020, 9:18 AM 57,504 Views 94 Comments

An open letter from a number of leading scientists and academics urged the government to prioritise crushing the virus.

# lifting-restrictions - Monday 6 April, 2020

Taoiseach says there are risks to lifting restrictions too soon and county-by-county
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# Coronavirus

Taoiseach says there are risks to lifting restrictions too soon and county-by-county

Apr 6th 2020, 2:55 PM 210,404 Views 133 Comments

Advice on whether restrictions should be extended will be given later this week.