DUBLIN (1) – The Irish authorities’s “fervent hope” is to steadily ease coronavirus restrictions on motion and financial exercise after May 5, however that is not assured and any easing can be gradual, Prime Minister Leo Varadkar mentioned on Friday.
“It is after all our fervent hope that after (May 5) we shall be ready to start to unwind restrictions however we can not assure that that is going to occur,” Varadkar informed journalists after saying a three-week extension to May 5.
“However they received’t be eased in a single go. They’ve to be finished little by little and we can even have to see whether or not the virus begins to flow into and rise once more,” he added.
Reporting by Conor Humphries; Modifying by Kirsten Donovan