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Effectively being officials urge St. Patrick’s Day revellers to keep up COVID-19 guidelines

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Effectively being officials urge St. Patrick’s Day revellers to keep up COVID-19 guidelines

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The Canadian Press

Posted March 17, 2021 7: 20 am

Early Newspaper

Updated March 17, 2021 11: 07 pm


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Public health officials are urging St. Patrick’s Day revellers to be conscious physical distancing and other anti-pandemic guidelines today.

The fundamental subject is that gatherings and celebrations could maybe well turn into COVID-19 super-spreader events.


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Some provinces and cities have set new restrictions in design; others will rely on new measures.

The Irish embassy in Ottawa is retaining a digital tournament rather than a broken-down reception.


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British Columbia has ordered bars and restaurants to stop serving alcohol at 8 p.m., whereas pubs in Atlantic Canada shall be closed or have restricted seating,

Niagara Falls shall be lit green for 15 minutes on the hour tonight.


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