Larry Mullett, left, and Chris Brennan, originally from Newfoundland and Labrador, have been living in Dublin for the past three and a half years. "We've largely been in lockdown since March," said Brennan earlier this month from their home in Dublin. (Submitted by Chris Brennan)Around the time that the restrictions were implemented, the country was counting about 1,000 new cases each day. Grocery shopping at the Irish equivalent of NeedsWhen the lockdown started in March, Mullett said grocery shopping in Dublin was "a bit of madness." Mullett and Brennan are in isolation, and they're excited to spend the holidays with their loved ones once their 14 days are up.
Source: CBC News November 25, 2020 21:22 UTC