Gardai are warning that new Covid-19 restrictions are unenforceable
Gardai are warning that new Covid-19 restrictions are unenforceable, according to reports this morning.
The Irish Independent says they're concerned about how vague some of the laws are.
They've raised fears about enforcing new rules preventing people playing golf more than 5km from their homes.
They've also raised concerns after more restrictions were eased on Monday, allowing more people to work and socialise outdoors.
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