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Ireland extends coronavirus lockdown until May 5

1 month ago   |   By National Post

DUBLIN - Ireland extended its stay-at-home coronavirus restrictions until May 5, Prime Minister Leo Varadkar said on Friday, telling citizens they had succeeded so far in considerably slowing the spread of the virus but had not yet stopped it.
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Irish govt extends lockdown until May 5 - PM Varadkar

Irish govt extends lockdown until May 5 - PM Varadkar

1 month ago   |   By RT

Ireland is extending stay-at-home restrictions intended to slow the spread of coronavirus until May 5, Prime Minister Leo Varadkar said on Friday.
“The restrictions we introduced two weeks ago were due to expire on Sunday. Today the expert recommendation is to extend them for a further three weeks,” the PM said in a televised address.
The country has shut bars, restaurants and non-essential retail and told people not to travel more than two kilometers from their home or visit friends and family.
Varadkar also said that restrictions will not be eased in one go, Reuters reported.
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Ireland extends coronavirus lockdown until May 5

1 month ago   |   By National Post

DUBLIN - Ireland on Friday extended stay-at-home restrictions designed to slow the spread of coronavirus until May 5, Prime Minister Leo Varadkar said.
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