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Large crowds gather in Dublin to protest against Covid-19 vaccine certificates

Large crowds gathered in Dublin city centre on Saturday to protest against Covid-19 vaccines, in particular the use of the Covid-19 certificate.

From Monday, indoor hospitality will reopen in Ireland, with only those who are fully vaccinated or who have recovered from Covid-19 within the past six months allowed to gain entry.


Under new guidelines agreed by Government, those entering indoor hospitality venues must show their Covid-19 digital certificate.

The digital certificate will be scanned by the hospitality business before customers are allowed enter.

Approximately 1,500 people attended yesterdays protest in Dublin, gathering outside the Custom House at 1pm.


The protest continued around the city centre, before concluding at Government buildings where some speeches were made.


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