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General News / November 23, 2020

Taoiseach confirms Level 3 after lockdown

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General News / November 23, 2020

Taoiseach confirms Level 3 after lockdown

Words: Katie Gartland

It looks like we’ll be going back into Level 3 on December 1st.

Taoiseach Micheál Martin has confirmed that the country will be going into Level 3 after lockdown.

However, the Taoiseach was unsure whether pubs and restaurants will reopen as normal. Speaking to the Irish Examiner, Micheál Martin said shops and retail will open from the start of next month.

The cabinet will decide on the future of restaurants and pubs over the next few days. There’s set to be an announcement by the Taoiseach on Thursday night, ensuring no disruption to Friday’s Late Late Toy Show.