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Mask wearing set to be ended in schools, shops and public transport

Mary McCarthy, columnist with the Irish Independent, General Secretary of the TUI Michael Gillespie and Adrian Cummins, CEO of the Restaurant Association to discuss the latest...

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16.46 16 Feb 2022


Mask wearing set to be ended in schools, shops and public transport


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The laws mandating facemasks to be worn in shops, public transport and schools could soon be dropped. NPHET will meet tomorrow and are expected to replace the mandate with guidance urging people to continue wearing masks.  

Mary McCarthy, columnist with the Irish Independent, General Secretary of the TUI Michael Gillespie, General Secretary of NBRU Dermot O’Leary and Adrian Cummins, CEO of the Restaurant Association to discuss the latest...

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