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Easing of isolation rules welcomed as businesses hit by staff shortages due to COVID-19

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The Pantrí team of Cáoimhe Bailey and Chloe Woods with Siobhán and Brendan Mulligan

The Pantrí team of Cáoimhe Bailey and Chloe Woods with Siobhán and Brendan Mulligan

Sean Farrell, President Dundalk Chamber of Commerce

Sean Farrell, President Dundalk Chamber of Commerce

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The Pantrí team of Cáoimhe Bailey and Chloe Woods with Siobhán and Brendan Mulligan

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The easing of isolation rules for people identified as close contacts of someone who has COVID-19 will make life easier for local businesses, including pubs, cafes, shops and hairdressers, many of whom have had to close in recent weeks due to staffing issues

There has been a significant increase in the number of businesses having to close as staff test positive or go into isolation as close contacts as Omicrom cases soared after Christmas.


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