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Time Limits Expected On Indoor Dining In New Plans

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There is expected to be time limits on visits to pubs and restaurants when indoor dining returns.

Fáilte Ireland will publish its guidelines for the return of hospitality both outdoors and indoors later.

Tables are expected to be a minimum of one metre apart with the €9 substantial meal to be scrapped.

The main difference between indoor and outdoor will be time limits on visits.

People who visit pubs or restaurants indoors are expected to be kept to a time limit.

"The indications are that the guidelines will be, there or thereabouts, the same as last year for indoor hospitality," said Restaurants Association of Ireland CEO Adrian Cummins.

"[But] the difference for outdoor hospitality will be that there will be no time limits for people."

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