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Tuesday, November 30, 2021

POLL: Should all remaining Covid-19 restrictions be lifted in Ireland?

Originally, the plan announced by the Irish Government and agreed by the National Public Health Emergency Team (NPHET) was to end the majority of remaining Covid-19 restrictions on October 22nd.

However, following a spike in cases and hospitalisations in the week leading up to the date, NPHET recommended that Government take a more cautious approach to reopening.

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The use of the Digital Covid-19 Certificate was extended beyond October 22nd, and will likely remain in place until February 2022.

Over 90% of the adult population in Ireland is now fully vaccinated against Covid-19, with many of the over-60s now receiving a booster vaccine.

Taking this into account, should all remaining Covid-19 restrictions be lifted in Ireland?

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Or, should the Government take a more cautious approach as cases and hospitalisations rise?

Should all remaining Covid-19 restrictions be lifted in Ireland?

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