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Digital Covid-19 certificate will no longer be required for indoor dining from October 22nd

The Taoiseach has confirmed that from October 22nd, the digital Covid-19 certificate will be no longer required for indoor dining.

The update comes as the revised roadmap for easing the remaining restrictions has been confirmed by Government.


From tomorrow (September 1st) public transport will return to 100% capacity.

From September 6th (Monday), indoor venues can operate at 60% capacity for events for those who are vaccinated, while outdoor events can operate at 75% capacity for those who are vaccinated.

Outdoor sports events can have 50% capacity in stadiums.


Live music will also be allowed at wedding and in bars from this date.

The phased return of workers to offices will also take place on 20 September.

The vast majority of regulations will be lifted on October 22nd.

However, the use of face coverings will remain to be required in health, retail and on public transport settings.

The Taoiseach also noted that the final easing of restrictions will be contingent on the incidence of the virus being stable, and that 90% of the adult population are fully vaccinated.


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