Time limits to be removed under latest plans to reopen indoor hospitality
Government is developing a QR reader to verify the authenticity of customers’ Digital Covid Certs as talks continue between the state and hospitality stakeholders
Time limits look set to be abolished as part of the government’s plan to reopen indoor dining from next week.
Talks took place this afternoon between the government and various hospitality stakeholders ahead of a decision by the cabinet tomorrow on the lifting of restrictions on indoor dining in restaurants and pubs.
A source familiar with the discussions told the Business Post that the one hour, 45 minute restriction, a feature of previous...
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