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Heading out this Bank Holiday? Here’s what the reopening of pubs and nightclubs looks like

Irish Independent 22 Oct 2021
Face coverings (customers) - Government Public Health advice states that face covering/ masks must be worn by customers when arriving to and leaving their table in the bar Capacity - In a controlled environment, such as pubs, bars and gastropubs, physical distancing of at least 1 metre* is considered best practice.
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Q&A: Everything you need to know about nightclubs reopening tonight

The Irish Times 22 Oct 2021
Hospitality settings can have multiple table bookings with a maximum of 10 adults per table, as well as five people aged under 18. People can queue at the bar, but they must be socially distanced, and must then return to their table. The guidelines also state physical distancing of at least one metre is considered “best practice” between tables.
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Guidelines for nightclubs yet to be published ahead of reopening tonight

The Irish Times 22 Oct 2021
In addition, nightclubs will also open with 100 per cent capacity, in essence eliminating social distancing protocols in those venues, except when ordering drinks at the bar ... Patrons will be allowed to queue at the bar while maintaining social distance, and order drinks, but must then return to their seats after collecting the order.
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Guidelines for nightclubs yet to be published ahead of reopening on Friday night

The Irish Times 22 Oct 2021
In addition, nightclubs will also open with 100 per cent capacity, in essence eliminating social distancing protocols in those venues, except when ordering drinks at the bar ... Patrons will be allowed to queue at the bar while maintaining social distance, and order drinks, but must then return to their seats after collecting the order.
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Nightclubs and events must be ticket only from next week, Government officials tell sector representatives

The Irish Times 22 Oct 2021
In addition, nightclubs will also open with 100 per cent capacity, in essence eliminating social distancing protocols in those venues, except when ordering drinks at the bar ... Patrons will be allowed to queue at the bar while maintaining social distance, and order drinks, but must then return to their seats after collecting the order.
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Ireland’s reopening: What Covid restrictions are changing today?

Irish Independent 22 Oct 2021
A maximum of 10 adults can sit at a table indoors or 15 including children and multiple bookings will be allowed ... People will be permitted to order drinks again at bar counters but patrons will have to bring drinks back to their tables and will not be allowed to sit at the bar.
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Heading out this October Bank Holiday weekend? Here’s what the reopening of nightclubs will look like

Irish Independent 22 Oct 2021
Nightclubs and late-night bars are set to reopen tonight under Ireland’s reopening plan ... People will be able to order drinks at bar counters again under the hospitality guidelines and socially-distanced queues at bar counters are to be allowed. However, people will have to bring drinks back to their tables and will not be permitted to sit at the bar.
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It’s Taco Tuesday every day of the week on Myrtle Avenue in Monrovia

San Gabriel Valley Tribune 22 Oct 2021
... comfortably cool nights — and the ease of eating in the relative safety of our dining streets, with widely spread tables that cascade off the sidewalk into the former parking zones ... This gave her a memory — especially eaten at a table on the street, as the sun set in the distance.
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A laughing matter: After 14,108 hours of pandemic quiet, Comedy Cabaret reopens Friday

The Doylestown Intelligencer 22 Oct 2021
After 587 days, the laughter returns. The giggles. The chortles. The howls. The guffaws. The snickers ... Laughter ... The venue ... Laughter’s immune-system benefits aside, the Comedy Cabaret will employ social distancing protocols by reducing club capacity to about 130 from 180 and spacing tables to, as Scarpati noted, “give people a little more elbow room.” ... ....
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Nightclubs can reopen with 100% capacity, Catherine Martin confirms

The Irish Times 21 Oct 2021
“Whilst social distancing remains within restaurants, pubs and hospitality on the advice of public health, the increase in table numbers and return of multiple bookings is welcome ... However, patrons will not be allowed to linger or remain at the bar but must return to the table once they have collected their drinks.
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Nightclubs can reopen with 100 per cent capacity, Catherine Martin confirms

The Irish Times 21 Oct 2021
“Whilst social distancing remains within restaurants, pubs and hospitality on the advice of public health, the increase in table numbers and return of multiple bookings is welcome ... However, patrons will not be allowed to linger or remain at the bar but must return to the table once they have collected their drinks.
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New guidelines for nightclubs, live events, bars and restaurants due to include multiple table bookings

RTE 21 Oct 2021
... booking of tables in bars and restaurants. It is also likely that table service will continue in bars but socially distanced queues will be allowed at bar counters.
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Community, law enforcement meet-and-greet planned in Jefferson

The Marshall News Messenger 21 Oct 2021
26 from 4 to 7 p.m ... Mr ... Ever mindful of COVID, organizers recommend social distancing ... One family group at a time will be allowed at the food serving tables and 6-feet social distancing will be recommended for those waiting in the food line ... There is a lot of room to spread out and maintain appropriate social distancing, whether inside or out ... ....
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OPINION | TAKEOUT TASTINGS: Hitting the bricks and the food trucks

Arkansas Democrat-Gazette 21 Oct 2021
... front counter at Kebab House offers a wide choice of Medierranean dishes; tables placed in front of the counter helps customers maintain social distance from the employees.
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Pandemic spurs young families to leave big cities for the heartland. Will they stay?

The Los Angeles Times 21 Oct 2021
Advertisement ... ... “The pandemic was very isolating, so it distanced us from some of our friends, and schools became a real challenge,” he said. “Our twins did distance learning ... We had two first-graders sitting at the dining table trying to do first-grade academics over Zoom while at the time a 4-year-old and a 1-year-old kind of ran around the house.
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