Restrictions in addition to those of Level Three will also be placed on pubs and restaurants in the capital, with indoor dining banned.
The new restrictions for the region will come into force from midnight tonight and last until October 10th, while the rest of the country will remain at Level Two until October 4th. Here are the new restrictions for Dubliners in full.
under Level Three is to keep schools, early learning and childcare services open and to minimise disruption in the workforce.
A number ofand some , such as museums and other indoor cultural venues. Additional restrictions will apply to restaurants and pubs.
Dubliners are asked to reduce the number of people they meet to a minimum and to not travel outside of the region.
, visitors from one other household or your own household only are permitted. , no social or family gatherings should take place.
, up to 25 guests can attend a ceremony and reception
, including those planned for tomorrow, will not go ahead.
must move online with places of worship remaining open for private prayer. can be attended by up to 25 mourners.
such as events in theatres, cinemas, arts events, business events, training events or conferences, are classed as “controlled” environments with a named organiser, owner or manager. They should not take place.
such as outdoor arts events and training events with a named organiser, owner or manager can take place with up to 15 people.
are included in Level Three as people are asked to stay in their county apart from work, education and other essential purposes.
is subject to the same restrictions and people should only travel abroad for work, education or other essential purposes.
should take place unless it is absolutely necessary to attend in person.
can remain open with protective measures. such as universities must escalate protective measures and limit congregation as far as possible.
, face coverings must be worn, capacity must be limited to 50 per cent, and the service should be used for essential workers and purposes only.
should "exercise judgement" regarding the extent to which they engage with others and in activities outside home, with specific guidance set to be provided.
are suspended aside from critical and compassionate circumstances.
Businesses and services
must all be closed. will be available for e-services and call and collect.
can remain open for outdoor dining with a maximum of 15 people and takeaways only. will remain closed.
can remain open but services will be limited to residents.
can remain open with protective measures in place and the use of face coverings.
can take place in pods of up to 15, with exemptions for professional, inter-county and senior club championship teams.
can only be undertaken by individuals, with no exercise or dance classes.
can take place, with exemptions for professional, elite, inter-country, club championships and horse-racing taking place behind closed doors.
can open with protective measures for individual training only.