Ireland lifts most COVID restrictions


Ireland has lifted most of the coronavirus-related restrictions, Irish Prime Minister Micheál Martin said, Report informs via foreign media.

Bars and restaurants that close after 20:00 local time (UTC +0) will be able to operate without any time restrictions following government regulations that came into effect yesterday.

Entering entertainment venues will not require vaccinations or COVID-19 passports.

Concert halls or stadiums will be able to receive spectators at full capacity.

Workers will gradually return to offices from Monday.

Besides, mask-wearing at shops, schools and public transport will remain mandatory. Staying in quarantine after infection or contacting an ill person, and the COVID-19 document requirement for travelers will be in force.


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