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DUBLIN (Reuters) - Ireland announced a new three-week delay on Tuesday to the full reopening of bars and nightclubs, and further restricted travel after a doubling of COVID-19 infections left the country in what the government described as a “precarious situation.”. FILE PHOTO: A man walks his dog near a closed bar, as the spread of the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) continues, Dublin, Ireland, March 29, 2020. REUTERS/Jason Cairnduff. Ireland has reported an average of 46 cases per day over the past seven days, up from an average of 19 the previous week. But it still has the 11th lowest rate of new infections of 32 European countries monitored by the European Centre for Disease Prevention a... Full story

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