Ireland has imposed one of the toughest covid-19 constraints on Monday where It has shut all non-essential retail, restaurants, and pubs to have limited takeaway services and it is telling people not to travel for more than 5 km from their home.
As the coronavirus cases surged early this year Ireland had imposed some of the longest lockdowns and it eased the restrictions at a gradual pace and the pubs serving drinks were not allowed but again there was a rise in infections prompting the authorities to impose another round of lockdown.
Now, the Prime Minister of Ireland Micheal Martin said that the country now has Level 5 of restrictions for six weeks from Wednesday, and schools and essential services will continue to operate. Hotels too will remain open, but the rooms are available for essential workers.
“The evidence of a potentially grave situation arising in the weeks…