Major Dublin restaurant group threatens State with legal action over Covid-19 restrictions
Press Up says there is ‘no empirical, objective and verifiable evidence’ to support closures.
One of Dublin’s biggest restaurant groups has threatened the Government with legal action if it extends coronavirus restrictions on pubs and restaurants in the capital beyond October 10th.
Lawyers for Press Up group, which employs 1,800 people across five hotels, 12 bars, 27 restaurants and two cinemas, have written to Government, saying Minister for Health Stephen Donnelly has published “no empirical, objective and verifiable evidence” to support the closures.
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