Had Closed Because of Corona, Shops in Ireland Operate Again

Dublin – Offices and shops in Ireland resume operations. This policy follows the easing of regional quarantine in a number of developed countries.

Reported by AFP, all shops in Ireland are permitted to conduct trading activities. A number of streets on Grafton Street, Dublin, seemed filled with residents. Even so, there are still many outlets that are still closed.

Shop staff and buyers are required to wear masks. Each outlet must provide a hand sanitizer.

“We sell in a way we’ve never done before.” “Weir & Sons jewelry shop manager, David McCormick, told AFP.

The local government has installed a number of toilets on public roads. Because most buildings in Ireland are not yet operational.

Restrictions on the number of visitors also apply to these stores. For example, in the bookstore, Books Upstairs, only 12 visitors are allowed to enter the store.

Not only shops, offices in Ireland also resumed operations. “This is an exciting day for our country,” said Health Minister Simon Harris.

Irish authorities recorded 1679 deaths. The highest number of deaths in one day occurred in mid-April with a total of 77 cases.

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