Breaking News: Ireland Moves to Level Five COVID Restrictions from Midnight Wednesday

Ireland’s government has agreed to return the country to Level Five coronavirus restrictions from midnight on Wednesday.

Cabinet ministers agreed with the measures to contain COVID-19 during an intense meeting at Government Buildings in Dublin held throughout the day. All non-essential shops will close and household gatherings will now be banned in Ireland, as officials put the country under the highest level of Covid-19 restrictions.

As of midnight Wednesday, Ireland will be placed under level five restrictions. These highest level restrictions will last for six weeks- until December 1. Officials stopped just short of imposing a full lockdown, as schools will remain open with elite-level sports and construction allowed to continue.

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