One hundred people will be allowed to attend weddings under new Covid-19 rules due to be introduced by the Government.
The move will be a boost for people due to get married in the coming weeks as current restrictions only permit 50 people to attend.
The Cabinet subcommittee on Covid agreed to double the number of people who can attend weddings in time for today's announcement on the latest restriction levels.
Dublin’s drink only-pubs may not be allowed to reopen next week as planned due to rising coronavirus cases in the capital.
The move to delay the September 21st reopening for pubs that don’t serve food in Dublin is due to be signed off by the Cabinet this Tuesday morning as the Government delivers its new Living with Covid-19 five-level plan.
However, there will be restrictions on house visits in the capital and the reopening of wet pubs in Dublin will also be delayed.