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Ireland Mulls Post-Lockdown Public Holiday

Source: Houses of the Oireachtas- National Parliament (Dublin)
Posted: Thursday, May 7, 2020
Most recent follow-up news item: February 7, 2022

The Irish Minister for Tourism, Brendan Griffin, speaking during an emergency of the Dáil (Ireland’s parliament), announced that the Irish government was considering declaring a one-off special bank and public holiday in Ireland, "when lockdown restrictions are finally lifted".

Such a declaration of a post-lockdown public holiday in Ireland would amend the previously released list of bank holidays and public holidays in the calendar 2020 in Ireland (2018-07-02).

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