Retail doors reopen in Dublin as Covid-19 restrictions eased
Johnny Brew & Gerry Mooney
It was an early start for shops this morning as non-essential retail outlets opened their doors again, many for the first time since Christmas.
While click-and-collect and shop-by-appointment facilities opened last week, there were early morning queues at some shops in anticipation of the doors swinging open for what many have been craving for months - a regular shopping experience.
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