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Here are all the Covid-19 restrictions being eased in Ireland from tomorrow

Tomorrow marks a further significant easing of Covid-19 restrictions in Ireland.

From Monday September 6th, there will be one of the most significant easing of restrictions since the pandemic began.

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Public Transport

Public transport will return to 100% capacity across the country, but face coverings must still be used.

Organised indoor events and mass gatherings

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Organised indoor events and mass gatherings can take place with capacity limits of 60% of venue capacity where all patrons are vaccinated.

Indoor events and mass gatherings includes conferences, trade fairs and exhibitions and large-scale business events involving external audiences, and bingo venues.

Live music

Live music can commence, having regard to appropriate protective factors.

Cinemas and theatres

Cinemas and theatres will have capacity limits of 60% of venue capacity where all patrons are fully vaccinated.

Organised outdoor events and mass gatherings

Organised outdoor events and mass gatherings can take place with capacity limits of 75% of venue capacity where all patrons are fully vaccinated.

Religious ceremonies

All religious ceremonies can proceed with 50% of venue capacity, regardless of immunity status of attendees.

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