Taoiseach confirms Easter bunny has ‘egg void’ to lock after letter from Cork brothers

Over the past year, we have seen many major events disappear.

But now we have confirmation from the government that the Easter Bunny has a reasonable excuse to break the lockdown restrictions.

Micheál Martin responded to a letter from two young boys who had a few questions for him.

“Dear Mr. T.

“Since there have been no visitors due to the Covo virus, we are wondering if the Easter Bunny will be allowed into our homes.”

There was an anxious wait to see if the famous hopper would get the same treatment as Santa on Christmas.

But this afternoon they got a response from the head of the country himself, MT

Mr Martin said: “I know we all have to be very careful over the next few days, but I have good news for you.

“Over the next few days there will be an Easter Bunny egg drain so the children of Ireland can receive treats considering how they have worked so hard all year against Covid-19 . “

The Taoiseach has not indicated if anyone else will receive this special egg drain.

As Easter weekend approaches, Dr Ronan Glynn and the Chief Medical Officer of Northern Ireland have jointly called on the public across the island to continue to follow public health advice to ensure that all world can have a safe Easter.

However, with families and friends extremely likely to meet over the next few days, Dr Glynn admitted that this was only a natural occurrence, but if it does happen, it is best to meet. outside.

“Of course, we are aware that some people are already doing this (meeting), but what I will tell people is that if you have made the decision to meet another household – then that is not our advice at the time – but if you’re going to do it, do it outside, ”he said.

However, here is the current state of affairs regarding Easter gatherings, according to government advice.

Alicia R. Rucker