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Contact tracing change to indoor dining regulations - RAI

Indoor dining in restaurants and cafes resumes today for the first time since last December with many pubs opening for the first time since March last year when Covid restrictions came into effect.

People who are fully vaccinated or who have recovered from Covid-19 in the past six months will be allowed to avail of indoor hospitality, along with accompanied minors.

Contact tracing is now only required for the lead person at a table and for solo customers under updated guidelines, agreed last night.

Adrian Cummins, Chief Executive with the Restaurants Association of Ireland, said another change was that designated tables have been removed.

"This means businesses don't have to keep a record of what table a party sat at - we only heard about

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Indoor dining in restaurants and cafes resumes today for the first time since last December with many pubs opening for the first time since March last year when Covid restrictions came into effect.
Chief Executive of the Restaurants Association of Ireland Adrian Cummins has said that a quarter of Irish businesses will not reopen for indoor dining immediately.

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