Ireland is first EU country to return to coronavirus lockdown

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"Everyone in the country is being asked to stay at home," Prime Minister Micheal Martin said in a national address.

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Published on October 22, 2020 -  01:53
Ireland’s second nationwide lockdown comes into force
Ireland is facing the toughest set of restrictions for six weeks as it entersa second lockdown. The entire country moved to the highest level ofrestrictions under the Government’s five-tiered framework. In doing so it hasbecome the first country in Europe to re-impose a nationwide lockdown in aneffort to tackle the record number of cases over recent weeks. The strictmeasures will remain in place until December 1.

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