Dublin publicans urge government to stick with its 21st of September reopening date

Following a surge in Covid-19 cases in the capital, there is doubt that Dublin pubs will be allowed to reopen on the 21st of September.

In response to this doubt, Dublin publicans have urged the government to “stick with its decision” that allows all pubs to reopen on the agreed date of the 21st of September.

The matter is to be discussed at a Cabinet meeting tomorrow as this is the fourth date that publicans have been given in relation to the reopening of wet pubs.

Further restrictions may also be announced for Dublin tomorrow following the surge in new cases.

Wet pubs have now been closed for six months, and as publicans nationwide prepare for next Monday, Dublin publicans are uncertain as to whether they’ll be allowed to reopen.

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