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Final Re-Opening Meetings To-Day

Final meetings to agree the legal rules for indoor dining will take place this morning.restaurant0620
It is hoped the regulations will be published later today followed by the operational guidelines for the hospitality sector.
The Attorney General will meet with government officials and Fáilte Ireland this morning to finalise the legal underpinning for the new indoor dining system ahead of Monday's reopening.
Outstanding legal issues centre on enforcement and recognition of international Covid certificates.
Yesterday, the hospitality sector got a technology run through of the new scanner to check digital Covid certificates.
It is expected this will go live later today on the main Government website so that bars and restaurants can test its use over the weekend.

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