Wexford Businesses Forced to Close with Level 3

The Hospitality sector across the county was dealt a further blow this morning as Level 3 restrictions came into force, despite the County having a COVID Incidence Rate of only 41% of the National average per 100,000 of the population.

The majority of pubs will be closed, only those serving outdoors will be allowed to continue, and this will certainly not be feasible or viable in the wintery conditions approaching.

Allowing supermarkets to continue selling cheap alcohol is certainly bemusing as this will surely encourage house parties.

Customers enjoying their coffee this morning in Wexford town on a fine brisk morning

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