Ireland Tightens Christmas Quarantine

In Ireland, where it was previously planned to weaken quarantine, restrictions are tightened amid the spread of the mutated coronavirus. They will be valid from December 24 to January 12.

It is reported by Sky News.

Restaurants and pubs will be closed under the new restrictions. However, small shops can remain open, as can gyms, entertainment centers, and swimming pools.

Travel to and from the country will be prohibited after 26 December.

The rules for celebrating Christmas remain unchanged and provide permission to gather in one room for members of three households until December 26.

As previously reported, British doctors found many cases of infection with a new type of coronavirus in the south-east of England. As a result, the countries of Europe, one after another, began to close communications with Britain so that the “mutant” did not go beyond the borders of Foggy Albion.

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