An extremely popular Cork City restaurant is the latest to announce that it will not provide indoor food service to people certified as Covid-19 from tomorrow, but will remain closed until all restrictions are met. be lifted.
Tung Sing on Patrick Street made the announcement yesterday on their social networks, describing the imminent reopening of theaters tomorrow to accommodate some members of the public as a “somewhat thorny issue.”
From tomorrow, indoor meals will only be open to people vaccinated or cured of Covid-19 during the past six months.
“After discussing the resumption of indoor meals with the staff and taking into account the current conditions set out by the government, we are sorry to inform everyone that we will postpone this operation until the level of vaccination has increased dramatically and everyone in society has been able to get vaccinated, ”the restaurant said.
“We look forward to the day when we can welcome everyone to the dining rooms with no strings attached.”
The restaurant is just one of many in Cork and across the country that have made the decision to remain closed until more of the population is vaccinated and can safely open.
Elsewhere, Flannery’s Bar and Lounge has also made the decision to remain closed for indoor reservations and to focus on alfresco dining for the time being.
In a Facebook post, the Glasheen Rd pub said: “We have decided that it is in our best interests, for the safety of our staff and customers, not to go ahead with meals at the hotel. inside.
“As much as we can’t wait to get back to normal, anyway, we don’t think this is the right time to do it. We will take this opportunity to do some work on our living room and mezzanine downstairs. ‘inside. “