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POLL: Should all restrictions be eased on October 22nd in Ireland?

Ireland is currently on track to ease the majority of remaining Covid-19 restrictions on October 22nd.

However, people will still be required to wear a face covering in certain scenarios, such as on public transport or in retail settings.

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Ireland has been faced with restrictions as a result of the pandemic for the previous nineteen months.

The National Public Health Emergency Team (NPHET) will meet next week to discuss the epidemiological scenario in the country, and will then give advice to Government on the easing of restrictions.

Cabinet will then finalise plans next week, following advice from NPHET and the sub-committee.

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Taking everything into account, should all remaining restrictions be eased on October 22nd?

Or, should some restrictions remain in place?

Should all restrictions be eased on October 22nd?

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