New Cases Of COVID-19 Confirmed Nationally; Including Small Number In Clare

Modesto Morganelli
Settembre 15, 2020

Restrictions are similar to ones that have been in place recently, but larger venues will be able to have crowds of up to 100 patrons when social distancing measures are in place.

"Certainly the severe restrictions brought in to Kildare, Laois and Offaly did work".

Of the 357 new cases notified nationally today 185 are men and 172 are women with 63% being under 45 years of age.

"It's no small thing to move the capital city into a more intense level of restrictions when it's the centre of economic activity in the country", another source said.

"However, as the acting CMO has said, in Dublin we are now entering a critical phase".

While the approach is now national, and the entire country is on Level 2, that could change depending on prevalence of the virus in local areas.

Restrictions for Dublin do not equate to either level two or three but are a sort of level two plus - with pubs not being allowed to re-open next week, people only allowed to have 6 people from one household in their homes and spectator sport being restricted.

People in Dublin are being asked to limit household visitors to people from one other household only.

The Cabinet sub-committee on Covid-19 will meet this evening as ministers seek to finalise the medium-term plan for living with the virus.

The five levels in the plan set out what's allowed in nearly every sector of life over the next six months with one the loosest and five the tightest.

Level two - where every county in the country is at now. Today, Government launched a 5-Level framework.

The government is also adopting the European Commission's new traffic light system for foreign travel.

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