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Wednesday 7 June 2023 Dublin: 11°C

# re-opening

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# re-opening
INTO clarifies that teachers won't automatically be given medical-grade face masks for classrooms
Teachers will have to request the masks from their school’s board of management to obtain them.
# re-opening
'Enormous unease' about schools reopening amid concerns about teacher substitutes, unions say
Education Minister Norma Foley said that the next few weeks would be challenging.
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# reopening
No mandatory antigen testing for 1,200 fans attending Leinster v Dragons match
The Rainbow Cup game on 11 June has been chosen as one of the test events allowing supporters to return.
# the pubs
Varadkar tells publicans: 'We want to make sure you never have to close again'
The Tánaiste said he’d dare to put money on pubs re-opening indoors in July.
# roadmap
Guests at wedding ceremonies to increase to 50 on 10 May - but only six allowed at reception if indoors
From 7 June, the number of guests at a wedding reception can increase to 25 under the new roadmap.
# Living With Covid
Michael McGrath: 'There's no going back, there can be no fourth lock down'
The government is set to publish its new Living with Covid plan after a Cabinet meeting today.
# phase four
Reopening of pubs delayed by three weeks as Government pushes Phase Four back to 10 August
The country will not now move to Phase 4 on 20 July as planned.
# Covid-19
Spain to re-open borders to tourists and drop mandatory two-week travel quarantine from 21 June
Spain’s government had already announced that it would end a state of emergency on the same date.
# Coronavirus
Phase One: Slow, steady and plenty of nerves as Dublin embarks on gradual re-opening
Across Dublin, traffic was a little busier as the country began the first stage of the Covid-19 roadmap.
# re-opening
Businesses told to check 'essential workers' list again as some may have closed in error
Minister Heather Humphreys said some businesses may have closed when there was no need to.