Lockdown

BILL WATCH 01-2022 - Public Health Lockdown Order - New Restrictions

BILL WATCH 1/2022

[9th January 2022]

Public Health Lock-down Order : New Restrictions

In response to a surge of COVID-19 cases caused by the Omicron variant, on Tuesday 4th January the Government published a statutory instrument (SI 1/2022) imposing two restrictions in addition to those already imposed by the Lock-down Order (SI 200/2020).

The effect of the new SI is as follows:

BILL WATCH 57/2020 - Covid-19 Lock-Down Order : Consolidation and Amendment

BILL WATCH 57/2020

[4th September 2020]

Covid-19 Lock-Down Order : Consolidation and Amendment

On the 20th August the Public Health (COVID-19 Prevention, Containment and Treatment) (National Lock-down) (Consolidation and Amendment) Order, 2019 was published in the Gazette as SI 200 of 2020.  It can be accessed on the Veritas website [link].

SI 2020-208 Public Health (COVID-19 Prevention, Containment and Treatment) (National Lockdown) (Consolidation and Amendment) (Amendment) Order, 2020 (No. 1)

IT is hereby notified that the Minister of Health and Child Care has, in terms of section 8(1) of the Public Health (COVID-19 Prevention, Containment and Treatment) Regulations, 2020 (published in Statutory Instrument 77 of 2020) made the following order:—
1. This order may be cited as the Public Health (COVID-19 Prevention, Containment and Treatment) (National Lockdown) (Consolidation and Amendment) (Amendment) Order, 2020 (No. 1).

SI 2020-160 Public Health COVID-19 Prevention, Containment and Treatment) (National Lockdown) (Amendment) Order, 2020 (No. 13)

IT is hereby notified that the Minister of Health and Child Care has, in terms of section 8(1) of the Public Health (COVID-19 Prevention, Containment and Treatment) Regulations, 2020 (published in Statutory Instrument 77 of 2020), made the following order:—
1. This order may be cited as the Public Health (COVID-19 Prevention, Containment and Treatment) (National Lockdown) (Amendment) Order, 2020 (No. 13).
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