Ireland removes a significant portion of the restrictions associated with the coronavirus. Monday the country begins the third phase of the lifting of the quarantine, designed to restart the economy, regain the ability to work with representatives of small and medium businesses, according to the national RTЕ channel.

“From 29th June to the whole of Ireland will re-open beauty salons, restaurants, hotels and pubs. Resume kindergartens. Theatres, museums, concert halls, fitness clubs will be able to work on a special scheme to ensure social distancing. Completely removed all restrictions on travel inside the country”, citing a source, writes TASS.

the force is still a two-week quarantine for all who come to the country, as well as the recommendation to Irish nationals to refrain from traveling abroad except in urgent cases. The fourth and final phase of the removal of restrictions will start July 20.