Pic: Gareth Chaney/Collins ÷ Kettles must be disinfected after each use. Gardaí find ‘shebeen’ and ‘clandestine’ wet pubs operating throughout Ireland ireland A number of breaches were detected across the country in the last 24 hours. The go-ahead to end the closure of the country's wet pubs - those that do not serve food - … Europe's longest lockdown: Irish ‘wet’ pubs set to reopen on September 21st Cabinet expected to sign off on date amid Covid-19 fears for Dublin and Limerick Tue, Sep 8, 2020, 04:30 IRELAND IS THE only country in Europe where wet pubs are fully closed, the Tánaiste Leo Varadkar said this evening. There’s growing concern in the pub industry that so-called ‘wet pubs’ may not be able to open their doors in any capacity until at least the Autumn. The wet pubs are the poor relation of the hospitality industry bearing the brunt of everything while everyone else can open and start trading again. The Wet Pubs Business Support Scheme provides support to wet pubs, whose premises were required to close or cease trading during the period from 4 July to 23 September 2020 Department for the Economy (DfE) So-called wet pubs have been told they … Becky Roche at Slattery’s Bar on Capel Street, Dublin. The easing of restrictions … This comes as Ireland will being its phased exit of Level 5 lockdown this week - but wet pubs will not be reopening. COVID calling time on Ireland's traditional "wet" pubs Pubs that do not serve food in Ireland are to remain closed until at least August … Last Friday, Micheál Martin confirmed that wet pubs would remain closed when Ireland moves to Level 3 restrictions from Tuesday, 1 December. All pubs in Ireland are expected to be allowed open this month, according to reports. The Republic of Ireland's wet pubs are set to open on September 21. Irish pubs: Wet pubs may be forced to stay closed until March while publicans 'aren't holding their breath' about St Patrick's Day A further blow for the industry dublinlive Pubs that have been told to remain closed for Christmas will be given an additional €15,000 in State supports. Pubs serving food have been able to reopen, but wet pubs are likely to get the go-ahead later this month. Pubs … ÷ Pubs should consider clock-in machines to monitor staff in case of a Covid outbreak.