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# covid-19 restrictions

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China further relaxes Covid rules after protests
Customer fails in facemask discrimination case against €1 million lotto shop
New restrictions not on cards despite 'significant increase' in hospital cases, Donnelly says
Push to recruit events staff as industry tries to keep up with post-Covid demand
Covid-19 powers allowing Government to impose legal restrictions to be let lapse tomorrow
EU citizen allowed challenge fine he received while travelling during Covid restrictions
All Covid-19 restrictions in Northern Ireland to be lifted from tomorrow
Anti-restrictions protesters try to storm Bulgarian parliament
No more than four households to meet inside homes in coming weeks, public advised
Employers demanding workers return to office could face ‘legal risk’ in cases of medical concerns
Are you satisfied with how your workplace is handling reopening? We want to hear your story
Entertainment Industry group 'disappointed' after meeting with Minister
Roadmap to be published for 'easing or removal' of last Covid restrictions
Northern Ireland won't follow England's approach to easing restrictions, says deputy first minister
Pubs challenge government to open indoor hospitality by 1 July
Street parties held to celebrate end of Spain’s state of emergency
Covid-19 restrictions set to be eased slightly from tomorrow
Organisers of vigil for Sarah Everard take legal action over ‘about-face by police’
'We will bring perpetrators to justice': Anti-lockdown protest condemned after injuries and arrests
Debunked: No, People Before Profit has not organised a 'pro-lockdown' rally
Construction and retail likely to be industries ‘first on list’ to return when case numbers ease
Restrictions for March to be set out 'with clarity' this week, minister says
DUP says a two-island approach to international travel is worth 'exploring'
'Major reopening' of economy in March unlikely, says Taoiseach
Shebeen shut down at industrial premises in Swords
Cases document foster children facing stress and isolation during Covid-19 restrictions
Advocacy groups to meet Education Minister tomorrow over closure of special education schools
Twelve arrested at anti-lockdown protest in London
HSE to allow partners of pregnant women to attend 20-week scan
NPHET dismissed proposal for six-month restriction limiting number of social contacts to six
Confusion sown by UK ministers over rules for England's lockdown
Increasingly worried, supportive of restrictions: What opinion poll findings tell us about Ireland's perception of the pandemic
Ransomware and remote working: If Twitter can be breached, then every company must be vigilant
Jacky Fox
Yoga instructors: 'We are basically starting from scratch as an industry'
Pubs, churches and cafes: Looking ahead to what to expect in Phase Three
Boris Johnson calls for 'proper marshalling' at train stations to stop crowding on public transport
Cabinet told there are no indications that virus levels are low enough to ease restrictions on 5 May