- Are all bars and restaurants open in your country?
- Have you been to bars and restaurants since the pandemic started?
- allow /uh-LOU/
- accompany /uh-KUHM-puh-nee/
- effectively /ee-FEK‐tiv-lee/
- postpone /pohs-POHN/
- confident /KON-fi-duhnt/
[verb] – to let someone do something or let something happen; permit
Jane wasn’t allowed to go with us to the cinema.
[verb] – to go with someone or to be provided or exist at the same time as something
Children must be accompanied by adults.
[adverb] – in a way that is successful and achieves what you want
The medicines work effectively at night.
[verb] – to delay an event and plan or decide that it should happen at a later date or time
They postponed the party to next month.
[adjective] – being certain of your abilities or having trust in people, plans, or the future
They are confident that they will win the competition.
The original plan to reopen bars and restaurants in Ireland on July 5 was postponed at the end of June. Manager Alan Grehan of the Sprezzatura restaurant in Dublin believes that this will reduce the risks of getting infected. Grehan says that checking for certifications will become “second nature” for the restaurant’s staff. The Department of Health in Northern Ireland is confident that an international travel app will be ready this week for those who are vaccinated.
- What is the closing time for bars and restaurants in Ireland?
- Are people under 18 allowed to enter the establishments?
- What app has the Irish been developing for hospitality business owners?
- When was the original plan to reopen hospitality businesses in Ireland?
- Who is the manager of the Sprezzatura restaurant in Dublin?
- Are only vaccinated people allowed to enter bars and restaurants in your country? Please tell me more about it.
- Were you denied entry to any hospitality businesses during this time of the pandemic? Please share an instance.
- If given the chance, would you also get a digital COVID certificate? Why or why not?
- Should certain restrictions still be implemented even to those who are vaccinated?
- What expectations do you have for Ireland’s international travel app?