The majority of remaining Covid-19 restrictions are due to end on October 22nd, following nineteen months of restrictive measures.
Managing and dealing with a pandemic of this magnitude is an incredibly complex and difficult task which all Government’s around the world struggled to deal with.
Many countries, such as the United States and the United Kingdom took a more liberal approach to restrictions, such as focusing on personal responsibility rather than state-imposed restrictions.
On the other end, Ireland took a more restrictive approach throughout the pandemic, such as engaging in strict lockdowns to minimise the spread of the virus.
Taking all of this into account, INTRA asked the Irish public for their opinion on the Irish Government’s handling of the Covid-19 pandemic.
Take a look at the video here: