Coronavirus: Irish shutdown eases with hospitality reopening
04/12/2020 | news | world | 6
Restaurants, cafes and some pubs in the Republic of Ireland are opening after six weeks of lockdown.
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Bob
04/12/2020 12:23:29 4 5
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Sammy Wilson has postponed his trip to the betty ford clinic at this news and wants to become an ambassador to the republic
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05/12/2020 00:18:18 1 1
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Is he really a dipso? The reason I ask is that in a court case some years back he proclaimed that he was teetotal...
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04/12/2020 12:33:46 5 5
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As long as people realise that the infection rate will now start to rise again and don't start another round of gurning when restrictions have to be re-introduced again in a few weeks.
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04/12/2020 12:34:30 8 4
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The mad Doctor in the South wanted everything shut down until the end of January. Mind you, he has half the population so panic stricken, they won't go over the door.
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05/12/2020 07:36:26 2 0
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If you're referring to Dr Holohan, that's quite unfair - he makes a big effort to reassure people and offer hope. I live in Dublin and the person I would hold responsible for creating panic is George Lee of RTE - he seems to actually enjoy all the doom & gloom!
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04/12/2020 14:48:11 3 1
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Best of luck to the hospitality industry - hopefully opening again will help keep people employed in this industry , that has been devastated by COVID restrictions
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Bob
04/12/2020 12:23:29 4 5
bbc
Sammy Wilson has postponed his trip to the betty ford clinic at this news and wants to become an ambassador to the republic
5
05/12/2020 00:18:18 1 1
bbc
Is he really a dipso? The reason I ask is that in a court case some years back he proclaimed that he was teetotal...
3
04/12/2020 12:34:30 8 4
bbc
The mad Doctor in the South wanted everything shut down until the end of January. Mind you, he has half the population so panic stricken, they won't go over the door.
6
05/12/2020 07:36:26 2 0
bbc
If you're referring to Dr Holohan, that's quite unfair - he makes a big effort to reassure people and offer hope. I live in Dublin and the person I would hold responsible for creating panic is George Lee of RTE - he seems to actually enjoy all the doom & gloom!