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Over 300 protesters attend demonstration in Dublin against revised public health measures

Over 300 people have attended a protest in Dublin, demonstrating against the public health restrictions announced by Government on Tuesday.

The protesters marched from the GPO on O’Connell Street to Government buildings.


‘No more lockdowns’ and ‘enough is enough’ was echoed throughout the group.

One of the main calls of the demonstration was the opposition to the proposed ‘Covid pass’ for indoor dining, which will allow only those who are vaccinated to enter indoor dining.

The peaceful protest was organised on social media, with the organisers saying there should be no discrimination against people who choose not to get the Covid-19 vaccine.


One of the organisers said that a two-tier society was being created between the vaccinated and the unvaccinated.


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