Pubs and restaurants are back on the cards.
Pubs and restaurants serving food are preparing to reopen their doors in Ireland, following new lockdown talks.
This date was reportedly settled on as they believed three weekends to open in the build-up to Christmas would be beneficial to the economy.
Sources had stated that two weekends wouldn’t be worth the trouble of reopening, and that giving businesses until next Friday (December 4) would allow them to make adequate preparations.
This agreement is not quite final, but falls down to the three leaders of government to approve in the coming days. There is a cabinet meeting set to take place discussing the matter tomorrow (November 27).
It is also thought that other businesses, including cinemas, high-street retailers and gyms, will also reopen in the run up to Christmas.
While the final decision is going to the last minute, an official announcement on the exact status of next week is expected in the next few days.