Good news for the Republic of Ireland, as almost all Covid restrictions have been dropped, Irish hospitality will be able to operate as normal from this weekend and customers won’t be asked for their digital Covid passport.
With the passing of the peak of the Omicron and high vaccine uptake, the Irish Government have agreed to lift most of the Covid restriction from tomorrow.
The Taoiseach (Prime Minister) Micheal Martin has addressed the nation on Television.
“Today is a good day,” he said.
From this weekend, Irish pubs, restaurants and other hospitality outlets can return to normal operations, and customers will not be asked for their digital COVID pass.
Currently, a valid pass must be shown, and hospitality must close at 8pm.Advertisement
The requirements for social distancing will also be dropped.