Let’s keep all our fingers crossed for this to happen.
An Tánaiste Leo Varadkar has stated on social media that Ireland is “on track to ease restrictions by the 4th of May”. These plans could include changes to the situations of hairdressers and other personal services, religious services, as well as museums, galleries and libraries.
In a video posted online yesterday, Leo Varadkar also provided an update on status of the vaccination situation in Ireland.
Here’s the latest on Covid-19 following today’s Cabinet and Vaccine Task Force meetings, in the week that schools went back and the 5k restriction was lifted: pic.twitter.com/GILFQvFqEz
— Leo Varadkar (@LeoVaradkar) April 14, 2021
Mr. Varadkar confirmed the positive news that another 500,000 doses of the Pfizer vaccine are to arrive in the second quarter of the year (April, May, June). Moreover, he pledged that between 3.5 and 4.5 million vaccines would be administered this second quarter.
Leo Varadkar also added that less than 200 people are currently in hospital with Covid-19 in Ireland. This is the lowest these numbers have been in 2021. Plus, less than 50 people are in ICU with the virus, and the R-number stands below one.
Keep an eye on Secret Dublin for more updates on the restrictions across Ireland. Let’s hope for good news come May 4.