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What time is Leo Varadkar speaking about phase two on Virgin Media tonight? All you need to know


Taoiseach Leo Varadkar will speak about Ireland’s move into phase two and much more on television tonight.

The Fine Gael leader will be interviewed by Pat Kenny on Virgin Media One from 9pm.

The Virgin Media ‘Big Interview’ will be broadcast live on television and on the Virgin Media Player.

The Taoiseach will field questions on the roadmap being accelerated, rule breakers and how Ireland are faring in the battle against coronavirus.



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The Irish Mirror will have all the major points from the interview online as it happens.

Speaking during the national address this morning, the Taoiseach said: “So our message today and for the next three weeks is to Stay Local.


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“We recognise the difficulty that the travel restrictions are having, especially for people in rural Ireland. From Monday people can travel within their own county, or up to 20 km from their homes, whichever is greater. It is planned to remove these domestic travel restrictions all together at the start of Phase 3, on the 29 of June. 

“In the meantime, they remain legally enforceable by the Gardaí. We want people to stay local and to stay in their own county so the virus is not introduced into counties that are Covid-free today.

“From Monday, groups of up to 6 people will be able to meet with each other indoors or outdoors, once they keep at least 2m apart. 

“Groups of up to 15 people can meet for outdoor sporting activities. ”



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