Ireland: ‘We are surviving,’ says florist as new Government measures bite

On Thursday morning, Marta O’Kelly was in her flower shop Floral Art in Knocklyon, Dublin, packing and cleaning up.

In light of the latest Covid-19 restrictions, the florist has decided to operate out of just one of her three premises.

Having opened six years ago, Ms O’Kelly said the past 10 months have been “the most challenging” she has ever experienced, particularly in light of the new Government measures.

Non-essential retail premises were ordered to close on New Year’s Eve but were permitted to offer click and collect or delivery services.

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