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Coronavirus Ireland: One million people face new Covid-19 restrictions tomorrow

  • New restrictions on cards for visits to family homes in Dublin
  • Gardai step up visible patrols
  • 60pc of new cases yesterday came in capital
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    JAKARTA, INDONESIA - SEPTEMBER 11: An Indonesian nurse works with a rapid test for the Covid-19 Coronavirus at a football stadium which is being converted into a hospital for Covid-19 patients on September 11, 2020 in Jakarta, Indonesia. Jakartas governor, Anies Baswedan, has ordered the reimposition of strict measures to curtail rising cases of the Covid-19 Coronavirus, starting Monday Sept. 14 due to an alarming shortage of ICU and quarantine beds in hospitals treating an increasing number of COVID-19 patients.(Photo by Ed Wray/Getty Images)

    JAKARTA, INDONESIA - SEPTEMBER 11: An Indonesian nurse works with a rapid test for the Covid-19 Coronavirus at a football stadium which is being converted into a hospital for Covid-19 patients on September 11, 2020 in Jakarta, Indonesia. Jakartas governor, Anies Baswedan, has ordered the reimposition of strict measures to curtail rising cases of the Covid-19 Coronavirus, starting Monday Sept. 14 due to an alarming shortage of ICU and quarantine beds in hospitals treating an increasing number of COVID-19 patients.(Photo by Ed Wray/Getty Images)

    JAKARTA, INDONESIA - SEPTEMBER 11: An Indonesian nurse works with a rapid test for the Covid-19 Coronavirus at a football stadium which is being converted into a hospital for Covid-19 patients on September 11, 2020 in Jakarta, Indonesia. Jakartas governor, Anies Baswedan, has ordered the reimposition of strict measures to curtail rising cases of the Covid-19 Coronavirus, starting Monday Sept. 14 due to an alarming shortage of ICU and quarantine beds in hospitals treating an increasing number of COVID-19 patients.(Photo by Ed Wray/Getty Images)

    More than a million people face the prospect of new Covid-19 restrictions on visits to their homes due to concern over the rate of infections in the capital.

    New limits on visitors to a person's home are expected to be introduced as early as tomorrow in a bid to slow the spread of the virus.


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