Covid-19 Advice

Customers enjoy welcome return to indoor hospitality

Indoor hospitality has resumed for the first time since last December, while so-called 'wet pubs' around the country, which were closed in March last year when Covid-19 restrictions came into effect, can also open their doors. People who are fully vaccinated or who...

Restrictions on non-essential international travel ease

Airlines, airports and the tourism industry are preparing for an uptick in business from this morning as travel restrictions into and out of the country are eased. From today, Ireland joins the rest of the EU in implementing the Digital Covid Certificate. This means...

Taoiseach announces delay to indoor hospitality beyond 5 July

Taoiseach Micheál Martin has announced the latest Covid-19 restrictions saying there will be a delay to indoor hospitality beyond the planned 5 July date. Speaking at Government Buildings Mr Martin said that over the course of the last number of weeks concern has been...

Hopes for tourism boost as hospitality sector reopens

Hotels, B&Bs, self-catering accommodation and hostels can reopen from today, as the gradual lifting of Covid-19 restrictions on the tourism and hospitality sector begins. However, services including leisure facilities, as well as indoor restaurants and bars, are...

Cabinet signs off on reopening plan for May and June

The Cabinet has agreed to the reopening plan for the country throughout May and June. The Government has approved the plan that will allow people travel across the country from 10 May. On the same day hairdressers will reopen, along with libraries, museums and...

Phased easing of Level 5 restrictions under way

Public health officials have appealed to people not to let their guard down as the phased easing of Covid-19 restrictions begins. The 5km travel limit is among the measures lifted from today, with residential construction work also restarting and all children...