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Flannerys Limerick Aug 4
The Government has dealt the hospitality a substantial blow this evening and I can fully understand the need to reopen schools on time. However true leadership would be the announcement of financial supports, not leaving thousands of families without incomes.
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Róisín Connaughton Aug 4
Controversial opinion. Pubs should be allowed to open. Use social distancing, table service, reservations & time limitations. What’s the difference between serving chicken wings & pints, and just pints?
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Bryan O' Shea Aug 4
Those with a sneering attitude towards pubs reopening are clearly unaware of the importance of pubs to rural communities. They often serve as a focal point for local events, raffles, fundraisers and community activities. This decision further hurts rural Ireland.
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Shane Dunne Aug 4
Surely they could stop all off sales which would remove uncontrolled house parties and open at least the rural pubs? No? The multiples will be fine without it, they’ve had a good few months.
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Eugene Garvey Aug 4
Out for a meal the weekend stuck to rules great night. Think pubs should get the same chance, same rules 1 1/2 etc Worried for people's mental health & small pubs closing.
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Alex Aug 4
This is literally what they think is happening - OPEN THE PUBS FFS
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Mr Spud Aug 4
Why isn't the minister of health an expert in his field,
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MARK 13h
Anyone know when Belfast is open?
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The Golden Cross Aug 4
Welcome back... some of our changes and precautions!
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Craggy 🔴⚪️ 16h
Sitting on a round wooden table for 8 outside The Crown with a sign stuck to it saying "Corona Prevention Do Not Move" honestly it would take 6 of us to shift this lump 🤣
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Wayne L Aug 4
Am I missing something here or am I just slow 🤯 but you can go party in another country I can fly ✈️ out tomorrow through our airports and on my return I won’t be even tested. Doesn’t make sense I can’t help feel for my friends in the trade
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Craig Mahon Aug 4
Sure the health experts always told us Ireland had a bad drinking and pub culture that needed to change for the health of the nation. Kill off the pub trade and it’s mission accomplished.
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Becca Laffan 17h
"Some people are very unsure of where they are in life and depend on the local publican to kind of talk them through it, give them advice. That's a part of the pub trade too and I think people forget that." Interesting chat discussing all the knock-on effects.
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kevin o shea Aug 2
My first pint since the Friday night of Gold Cup day so we are talking March 13th. 👀👀 Forgotten what one tasted like 🧐🧐🥰🥰
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Wayne L Aug 4
Wow sad news for the hospitality sector they are getting punished and it’s so unfair. And now closing restaurants at 11pm it’s killing the sector.
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Shane O'Connor Aug 4
This is so unfair on pub owners, especially the small rural pubs. They're being unfairly punished in my opinion. A lot of these places won't reopen at this rate 🙈
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Tina Donnelly 💬 Aug 4
Why can’t all in Ireland serve soup & toasties with teas/coffees & biscuits? You don’t need a big state of the art kitchen for that.
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TERESA MANNION Aug 4
Galway Publican Joe Sheridan says he’s shocked and physically sickened at decision to keep pubs closed. “We are being used as pawns in the litmus test for public health throughout the country”
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