Here's the full list of restrictions lifted today in Ireland
Here's the full list of restrictions lifted today in Ireland.
As of today in Ireland, Communions and Confirmations can resume, religious ceremonies can take place, with 50% of venue capacity, regardless of attendee's immunity status, and live music and dancing is now allowed at weddings.
Organised events can go ahead, at 60% capacity indoors and 75% capacity outdoors, where people are fully vaccinated or recovered from Covid-19 in the last six months. Accompanied children under 18 don’t need vaccine passports.
If attendees are not all fully vaccinated or recovered from Covid-19 in the last six months, there is no change to current capacity limits for indoor events and capacity for outdoor events will be 50%.
Restrictions to be lifted from October 22nd
From the 22nd of October, the vast majority of remaining restrictions that will be lifted subject to current public health advice, including the following:
Limits on numbers attending events, and gatherings in private homes
Restrictions on religious or civil ceremonies
Requirement of vaccine passports to attend events or activities — not including international travel
Restrictions on high-risk activities (eg. nightclubs)
No masks will be required, except on public transport, shops, hospitals and other healthcare facilities