Ireland asks the population to avoid crowds

The Government of Ireland has asked the population this Saturday to avoid crowds of people so that cases of coronavirus do not continue to increase.

“They should avoid crowded places, including retail environments,” requested medical director Tony Holohan in a statement.

In his opinion, “one should not socialize or meet indoors with people from other homes.”

This Saturday 13,765 cases have been reported, surpassing the 11,182 cases announced this Friday.

The Government of Ireland established a curfew for the hotel industry, cinemas and theaters that, despite medical recommendations, will finally be from 8:00 p.m., within the framework of a new battery of measures that will be in force until the next 30 of January to deal with the spike in coronavirus cases.

By Editor

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