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Covid-19 Level 5 Update - April 8th 2021

Athletics Ireland Covid-19 Level 5 Update

April 8th 2021

 

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Full details of the recent (March 31st) Government Level 5 restrictions can be found on Gov.ie

 


Athletics Ireland Release April 8th 2021

 

Excerpt from Release:

Athletics Ireland reminds all affiliated members that only elite athletes in receipt of official exemption letters from Athletics Ireland High Performance department can travel to events within and outside the island of Ireland.

All elite exempted athletes that plan to travel outside Ireland should inform the Athletics Ireland High Performance Director of their travel plans and details of the event or camp they are planning to travel to.

 


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