Deirdre Devitt on the future of pubs in Ireland post Covid-19
"I think people deserve the opportunity to get back out there and know that they're being protected and that we have to get the wheels of industry back up and running at some stage."
The food and drinks sector has been one of the worst hit industries in Ireland during the Covid-19 crisis.
Pubs and restaurants that rely on busy Friday nights and boozy Sunday brunches now find themselves with their doors closed, awaiting the green light until they can return to business as usual.
Speaking on JOE's business show, All In, which is backed by AIB, Deirdre Devitt, owner of The Two Sisters pub in Dublin, spoke about the uncertain future for pubs across the country and the obstacles these businesses will face.
You can hear what Deirdre had to say in the video below: