Vintners hit out at Nphet over research that delayed reopening of ‘wet’ pubs
LVA surprised by document which contained news clippings of outbreaks in six countries and four lines of advice to government
The Licensed Vintners’ Association has hit out at the National Public Health Emergency Team (Nphet) over the research used to inform whether all licensed premises could reopen tomorrow.
Last week, Taoiseach Micheál Martin announced pubs would not reopen this week. He said the decision to keep pubs that do not serve a substantial meal closed was based on advice the government received from the Nphet.
In a letter to government last Tuesday,...
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