New Rules Confirmed for Re-Opening of Pubs/Indoor Dining in Ireland

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Tánaiste Leo Varadkar has just announced a new list of rules for the re-opening of pubs and indoor dining spaces in Ireland.

Rules for Indoor Dining and Pubs

  • No live or loud music.
  • Customers will not be allowed sit at the bar.
  • An 11.30pm curfew will be imposed.
  • Multiple tables cannot be booked indoors.
  • Only table service will be allowed.
  • A maximum of six people aged 13 or over permitted per table.
  • Tables must be at least one metre apart both indoors and outdoors.
  • The one-metre rule will only be allowed inside if the table is pre-booked and all public health measures are adhered to.
  • These measures including contact tracing, ventilation and enhanced hygiene measures, masks will have to be worn at all times other than seated at your table.
  • There is no time limit being implemented if tables are two metres apart, outdoors and indoors.
  • However, tables one metre apart indoors will be restricted to one hour and forty-five minutes.
  • The €9 substantial meal has been scrapped.
  • These rules also apply to hotels, guesthouses and B&Bs which will reopen on June 2nd.
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