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Ireland Latest Update On COVID_19

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COVID-19 (Coronavirus)

The guidance to stay at home has been extended until Monday 18 May because the measures are working. By staying at home – you are saving lives.

On this page you can view the latest information on how Ireland is responding to cases of COVID-19.

The latest information, advice and guidelines will be published here and updated daily.

Changes to public health guidelines announced which will come into place on Tuesday 5 May
The changes to the public health guidelines that will come into place next Tuesday, 5 May are that:

  • people will be able to go up to 5 kilometres from their home to exercise
  • people who are cocooning can leave their homes for exercise as long as they avoid all contact with other people

These changes were announced alongside Ireland’s Roadmap for reopening society and business – which lays out a timetable for lifting the current restrictions.

You can see the Roadmap for Reopening Society and Business here.

Roadmap for reopening society and business

Published: 1 May 2020
From: Department of the Taoiseach and Department of Health

The Taoiseach has announced 2 changes to the restrictions put in place to protect us all from the spread of COVID-19 that will come into effect next Tuesday 5 May.

The changes are that:

people can travel up to 5 kilometres from their home to exercise
those who are cocooning can leave their homes for exercise so long as they avoid all contact with other people
Roadmap for reopening society and business
The roadmap sets out Ireland’s plan for lifting COVID-19 restrictions on:

18 May (phase 1)
8 June (phase 2)
29 June (phase 3)
20 July (phase 4)
10 August (phase 5)

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