Government not considering lockdowns for unvaccinated – Taoiseach

The Taoiseach says a lockdown for unvaccinated people isn’t being considered, despite ever-rising Covid case numbers and hospitalisations.

The cabinet sub-committee on Covid meets this evening to discuss new measures aimed at reducing infection rates.

They’ll be discussing the expanded use of covid certs and antigen tests – as well as asking people to work from home.

Taoiseach Micheal Martin says tougher restrictions for the unvaccinated, like measures currently in place in Austria, are not being looked at:

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