Donegal hotelier says Northern restrictions should change to match Republic’s

A Donegal hotelier says Northern Ireland’s Covid restrictions should change to match the Republic’s.

Several rules for hospitality, such as the need to present a vaccine passport and closing times, are less restrictive in the North.

But there are concerns about the rising number of Covid cases in the region.

Paul Diver, chair of the Donegal branch of the Irish Hotels Federation, says the two jurisdictions should be aligned to promote tourism.

But says tighter measures should be introduced in the North.