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Monday, May 17, 2021

Hairdressers & inter-county travel to open on May 10th, complete opening of retail due for May 17th

The inter-county travel ban is to be lifted on 10th May under plans agreed by the Cabinet Committee.

On the same date, hairdressers, barbers and salons are due to reopen, as is click and collect shopping.

Places of worship are all set for good news, with 50 attendees permitted at normal services, as well as funerals and weddings.

Three households can also meet up outside from 10th May. House viewings in person will also resume on this date, as will driving tests.

Full retail will resume on 17th May.

Outdoor dining and beer gardens are also expected to open from June 7th.

There is no fixed date for indoor dining, but it is set to be some time in July.


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