Editorial: Outdoor living must not be spoiled by killjoy tactics
If this summer is to be a memorable one everybody needs to lighten up a little.
The great reopening is under way. Shops and hotels are back in business, and outdoor dining returns tomorrow. After a lockdown during which the Irish people sacrificed much and displayed uncommon forbearance, demand for the little pleasures of life – a pint, dinner with friends – is rising, and so is our pent-up energy.
The government and public health authorities tell us we can have “an outdoor summer”. It should be a moment to celebrate...
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