Kovit: Ireland removes almost all restrictions – last hour

(ANSA) – London, January 21 – Ireland joins neighboring United Kingdom and removes all anti-Govt restrictions introduced to deal with the Omigron variant, exceeding its peak, starting tomorrow. The decision was announced by Taoiseach (Prime Minister) Michael Martin in a televised address to the nation. So this weekend it has returned to normal in Irish pubs and restaurants, and customers will no longer be asked for a green pass. Furthermore, social exclusion and the limitations of the audience to external and internal events are removed.

The sign for smart working will also be discontinued from Monday and will gradually return to work. The obligation to wear masks will last until at least the end of February, and international travel will still require a green pass, as well as self-isolation for those with symptoms. (Handle).

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