Ireland’s Covid-19 restrictions are the most stringent in Europe, but the risk of transmission if society were to reopen still remains average, according to a new University of Oxford study.
The Blavatnik School of Government assessed the stringency of each country’s response to Covid-19 as well as their “risk of openness” – the risk each country faces if the government were to adopt an “open” policy stance – meaning no policy measures to...
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