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Should children be allowed dine indoors?

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13.55 15 Jul 2021


Should children be allowed dine indoors?


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13.55 15 Jul 2021


The chief medical officer says it is safer for parents not to bring their children dine indoors. 
 
Later this month, children will be allowed to dine indoors at a café, pub or restaurant with a fully vaccinated adult.  
 
Dr. Tony Holohan says parents bringing out their children should instead stick to outdoor dining.

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