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Hairdressers reopen in Ireland as Covid restrictions eased

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Hairdressers reopen in Ireland as Covid restrictions eased

Hairdressers reopen in Ireland as Covid restrictions eased

Businesses across the country reopen and Ireland takes another step out of lockdown.This week around 12,000 businesses will reopen their doors after months of pandemic restrictions, with up to 100,000 going back to work.


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