Latest lockdown news is deflating for everyone, but there is an end in sight
People are frustrated by the continuing level 5 restrictions and fear of another lost summer, but the vaccine rollout is gathering pace
Hugo's restaurant on Merrion Row in Dublin should have been bustling yesterday afternoon. Instead its owner Gina Murphy has been watching the wallpaper peel off the walls.
It has been a long winter for businesses and the people who put their life’s energy into them can be forgiven for growing more frustrated amid a deficit of good news.
Last week’s announcement by the government of the extension of the level 5 lockdown restrictions...
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