Move to one-metre social distancing, with staycations from June 29 - Ireland's Tourism Recovery Taskforce
The Government is being urged to consider a move to one-metre social distancing and to allow people travel beyond 20km of their homes from June 29 to save Ireland's tourism industry.
A delayed reopening of schools, allowing bars and pubs to welcome customers from July 20 and removing the two-week self-isolation period for visitors from "safe" destinations are also being suggested.
The issues are highlighted in an eight-point list submitted to Government today by Ireland's new Tourism Recovery Taskforce (TRT), which has been charged with preparing a Recovery Plan for an industry devastated by the Covid-19 pandemic.
The Cabinet is being asked to consider: