Northern Ireland & Southern Ireland are evoking new protocols to civilian personnel, demanding that standards be followed, or severe fines are issues. Governments across the separated nations of Ireland have been forced to implement new measures after Covid-19 infections continue to rise. These measures include civilian personnel not being permitted to travel during the Christmas season, with healthcare experts across Ireland noting it’d influence nation-wide epidemics that couldn’t be reversed for months.
Considering that the United Kingdom & Ireland have taken the coronavirus seriously on a government level, it’s unsurprising that measures are being increased. Offenders will be ticketed depending on the surrounding situation, meaning that healthcare problems requiring travel on December 24th or 25th won’t prompt fines. Any holiday-related trips will enforce penalties varying between €1,000.00 to €10,000.00.
Doctor Gabriel Sally administered an assessment on the Covid-19 R-Rating by December for Northern Ireland. He advised the Prime Minister that Irish civilians cannot travel under any circumstances this year. Gabriel informed Leo Varadkar that flights & local traffic could not be sustained, with unknowing family members that are Asymptomatic transmitting the virus to children & the elderly.
Maintain Your Bubble
The Royal Society of Medicine maintains research for public health in Northern Ireland. RSM Doctors informed civilian personnel that the majority of Christmas must be spent indoors with immediate family. Ten-person bubbles cannot be broken under the holiday season & individuals seeing protocols being ignored are recommended to inform authorities. Fines will be mailed to that respective household to maintain the anonymity & require payment within thirty days. Refusal to payout penalties could prompt a prison sentence.
Ireland’s civilians took the initial lockdown seriously when Covid-19 became an international pandemic in March 2020. However, the second lockdown has seen civilians disobey protocol. Northern & Southern Ireland won’t be lenient when seeing Irish personnel breaking social distancing measures.