Covid-19: Irish Cabinet To Approve Indoor Hospitality Plans

The Irish government is expected to sign off on plans to reopen indoor hospitality later.

It is hoped legislation allowing vaccinated people to eat and drink inside bars and restaurants can be passed by the end of the week.

People who have recently recovered from Covid-19 will also be allowed to access indoor hospitality.

Cabinet ministers, senior officials and representatives from the hospitality industry met over the weekend.

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