- Non-essential establishments like restaurants, taverns, bars and fitness centres may be opened. These establishments will however need to close by 9pm to allow their employees and patrons to travel home before the start of the curfew.
- Gatherings will be allowed but will be limited to a maximum of 50 people indoors and 100 people outdoors.
- Where the venue is too small to accommodate these numbers with appropriate social distancing, then no more than 50 per cent of the capacity of the venue may be used.
- The sale of alcohol from retail outlets for off-site consumption will be permitted between 10am and 6pm from Monday to Thursday.
- Alcohol sales for on-site consumption will be permitted as per licence conditions up to 8pm.
- It remains mandatory for every person to wear a face mask that always covers their nose and mouth at all times when in public spaces.
- The owners and managers of public buildings, centres, shops, restaurants, taxis and buses all have a responsibility to ensure that people on their premises or in their vehicles wear masks.
- They must also ensure that the appropriate social distancing measures are in place and are adhered to.
- It is important to remember that it is a criminal offence if the number of people on these premises exceeds the maximum number of customers or employees allowed.
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