Ireland's Covid-19 lockdown could last beyond April, with only schools and construction expected to be allowed reopen before March.

According to the Sunday Independent, government's privately warning it could be summer before hospitality can open again while international tourism's being ruled out this year.

The Cabinet will decide on reopening schools and construction in two weeks, however the decision will be based on reduced case numbers, ICU admissions and the number of vulnerable people vaccinated.

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