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General News / May 25, 2021

Indoor dining limited to 6 people for 105 minutes

Photo by Alexander Popov on Unsplash
General News / May 25, 2021

Indoor dining limited to 6 people for 105 minutes

Words: Dylan Murphy

A report in The Irish Times reveals the expected guidelines to come into force when indoor hospitality resumes.

According to the Irish Times, it is understood that new guidelines will be released today (Tuesday) outlining a 105-minute time limit on indoor dining and pubs.

Following yesterday’s reports that indoor hospitality is due to resume in July, further news has suggested that the number of people per booking will be limited to six and there will be a requirement of at least one metre between tables indoors.

Though outdoor dining will not require any time limits, it is up to the discretion of each business if they wish to enforce any.

It follows news that the government is set to meet this week to discuss the reopening of the live events sector in July with aims for pilot events in June this year.

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