Warning issued to ‘rogue operators’ in hospitality industryhttps://t.co/Hs4etYpz3r
— Adrian Cummins 🇮🇪🇪🇺 (@adriancummins) July 20, 2021
Rogue operators” who “step out of line” from government guidelines to stop the unvaxxed from entering restaurants will be closed down immediately, Adrian Cummins (above) chief executive of the Restaurants Association of Ireland warned earlier
Absolutely disgusted driving to work now. An association threatening its own members if they don’t implement policies almost every bar & restaurant disagrees with
I can not do this on my own. Your silence to date is exactly why we are here now
You simply must stand up now!
— Paul Treyvaud (@PaulTreyvaud) July 20, 2021
Representatives from the restaurant and bar sector will this evening meet Government officials as work continues on guidelines ahead of the anticipated reopening of indoor hospitality next week.
The question of whether or not there will be time limits on the indoor service in bars and restaurants will be examined.
The issue of social distancing requirements, along with air ventilation measures, are also up for discussion.
The expectation within Government currently is that indoor hospitality will reopen next week for fully vaccinated people and those who have recovered from Covid-19.
This is contingent on President Michael D Higgins signing the necessary legislation, which was passed by the Dáil and Seanad last week.