Fair is fair. The elderly and vulnerable, who’ve done more than anyone could ask them to do in the fight against covid-19 will finally get a little bit of payback from today.
Those who are over 70 or people who have been cocooning during the Covid-19 outbreak will be given a reserved time in public parks in Dublin from this morning onward.
In a move that will allow the over 70s and those with an underlying condition to exercise, all four Dublin regional councils have agreed to allocate the time from 1:30pm to 3:30pm.
It is understood the reservations will apply to over a 100 green spaces across the city and those under the age of 70 who don’t have an underlying condition are advised to avoid the areas at those times.
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