The Republic of Ireland will scrap nearly all Covid restrictions beginning Saturday.
Meanwhile in the United States, Joe Biden and the Democrats are pushing for more Covid tyranny.
A Covid ‘green pass’ will no longer be needed to enter pubs, restaurants and other indoor venues in Ireland.
All ‘social distancing’ requirements will also be dropped.
Sky News reported:
The Irish government has agreed to lift almost all coronavirus restrictions from tomorrow – in a move attributed to the passing of the peak of the Omicron wave, and the country’s high vaccine uptake.
The landmark decision was announced by Taoiseach (Prime Minister) Micheal Martin in a televised address to the nation.
“Today is a good day,” he said.
From this weekend, Irish pubs, restaurants and other hospitality outlets can return to normal operations, and customers will not be asked for their digital COVID pass.
A full return to the workplace begins on a phased basis from Monday.
Some rules will continue, however. The requirement to wear face masks is being retained, until at least the end of February, and a digital COVID pass will still be required for international travel.
Self-isolation will remain in place for symptomatic people.
UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson also announced Covid restrictions in England would be lifted.
Although the US Supreme Court and federal judges have brought some relief to American citizens by blocking some of Joe Biden’s Covid vaccine mandates, many Democrat-run cities are under heavy restrictions.
Los Angeles, Chicago, New York City, Seattle, Minneapolis and San Francisco require proof of vaccination to enter indoor restaurants, theaters, bars, gyms and more.