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Ireland moves to Level 3: Here are the new measures in place for December and Christmas

The changes come into place on Tuesday, with exceptions for the Christmas period.

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COVID-19 has disrupted our lives for more than eight months. The pandemic has taken a serious toll – on us personally, on our economy, and on our society. Public compliance with restrictive measures has pushed down infection rates. However, we must continue to protect those at risk.

Latest measures

Level 3 (with some variations) applies from Tuesday 1 December into January. There will be additional special measures for Christmas.

Calendar

Here’s what will change from 1 December

Table 1

From 18 December to 6 January, these special arrangements apply for the Christmas period

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What to keep in mind as we make plans for December

Public health requires that social and family gatherings (indoor or outdoor) should not resume, except over the Christmas period. 

Advice (2)

For full details of Level 3 and special arrangements for Christmas, go to gov.ie/SafeChristmas.

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