Ireland to reopen restaurants on December 7

Due to the Coronavirus pandemic the Irish government has announced all bar and pubs will close and the cancellation of the traditional St. On Wednesday, deputy prime minister Leo Varadkar said that retailers currently constrained to click-and-collect services would be the first to reopen when the restrictions are lifted on December 1. Sources said that it is expected that shops, gyms and hairdressers will be allowed to reopen from next week onwards. Due to the Coronavirus pandemic the Irish government has announced all bar and pubs will close and the cancellation of the traditional St. The country reimposed tough coronavirus measures on October 21, with the government shutting all non-essential retailers and limiting pubs and restaurants to takeaway service. EPA-EFE/Aidan Crawley

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Ireland is set to approve the reopening of restaurants and pubs that serve food from December 7, a week after non-essential retailers will be allowed to reopen, local media reported. Patricks Day Parade. Patricks Day Parade. EPA-EFE/Aidan Crawley

A man looks in the window of a closed pub on Saint Patrick's Day in Dublin, Ireland, 17 March 2020.. style=”font-size:40px; line-height: 1.3em; font-weight: 800; padding:7px;”>Ireland to reopen restaurants on December 7

By Elena Pavlovska
Journalist

epa08300630 A man looks in the window of a closed pub on Saint Patrick’s Day in Dublin, Ireland, 17 March 2020.. On Thursday, senior ministers met to finalise the proposals to be put to the rest of cabinet ahead of an announcement by prime minister Micheal Martin on Friday.