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# re-opening - Tuesday 23 February, 2021

Michael McGrath: 'There's no going back, there can be no fourth lock down'
# Living With Covid
# Living With Covid

Michael McGrath: 'There's no going back, there can be no fourth lock down'

Updated Feb 23rd 2021, 2:16 PM 108,403 Views 119 Comments

The government is set to publish its new Living with Covid plan after a Cabinet meeting today.

# re-opening - Wednesday 15 July, 2020

Reopening of pubs delayed by three weeks as Government pushes Phase Four back to 10 August
# Phase Four
# Phase Four

Reopening of pubs delayed by three weeks as Government pushes Phase Four back to 10 August

Updated Jul 15th 2020, 8:50 PM 132,809 Views 293 Comments

The country will not now move to Phase 4 on 20 July as planned.

# re-opening - Sunday 14 June, 2020

Spain to re-open borders to tourists and drop mandatory two-week travel quarantine from 21 June
# Covid-19
# Covid-19

Spain to re-open borders to tourists and drop mandatory two-week travel quarantine from 21 June

Jun 14th 2020, 6:02 PM 45,788 Views 40 Comments

Spain’s government had already announced that it would end a state of emergency on the same date.

# re-opening - Monday 18 May, 2020

Phase One: Slow, steady and plenty of nerves as Dublin embarks on gradual re-opening
# Coronavirus
# Coronavirus

Phase One: Slow, steady and plenty of nerves as Dublin embarks on gradual re-opening

May 18th 2020, 1:20 PM 41,099 Views 39 Comments

Across Dublin, traffic was a little busier as the country began the first stage of the Covid-19 roadmap.

# re-opening - Saturday 2 May, 2020

Businesses told to check 'essential workers' list again as some may have closed in error
# Re-opening
# Re-opening

Businesses told to check 'essential workers' list again as some may have closed in error

May 2nd 2020, 5:45 PM 72,107 Views 44 Comments

Minister Heather Humphreys said some businesses may have closed when there was no need to.