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The Tánaiste says today is the beginning of the end of the Covid pandemic.
As of this morning there’s no requirement for social distancing, restrictions on hospitality have lifted and there are no caps on gatherings in the home.
Sports matches can return to a full capacity of fans today.
Until now, they have been limited to a 50 per cent attendance, or 5,000 people.
Court fees and their excise duty relating to Special Exemption Orders will be waived until the end of April for nightclubs.
The Justice Minister Helen McEntee and Finance Minister Paschal Donohoe have made the announcement.
A man in his thirties was assaulted on Patrick’s Street in the city yesterday afternoon.
Part of the footpath towards the bridge end of Patrick’s Street was cordoned off for several hours yesterday evening, but Gardaí confirmed to RedFM that the area has been reopened.