No need to worry about getting essentials in Ireland when it comes to Level 5 restrictions. Aldi, Lidl, Tesco, etc. will also be open even at Level 5 restrictions.
As part of the controls, they will implement more precautionary measures to avoid crowds and ensure safety.
Level 5 restrictions imposed in Ireland in the wake of the Covid expansion will take effect on Wednesday.
The country is re-imposing stricter restrictions similar to those in April and May.
Concerns remain about how the retail sector will be affected when stricter regulations are re-introduced.
There are confusions regarding on what type of shopping you go out to, people will experience restrictions on level 5 shopping.
Businesses such as the Penneys and Smyths will not be allowed to open as part of the restrictions. However, as part of the sale of goods online, they will be allowed to operate only for delivery purposes.
Clothing stores and all shops selling non-essential items will have to close again from midnight on Wednesday.
The government’s guidelines state that only essential retail stores will be allowed to operate as part of the restrictions and all other retail and personal services will be closed.
At the same time, supermarkets and pharmacies that provide essential services are allowed to operate openly. The government has suggested that these facilities should be equipped with proper security measures.