An Appeal for Cooperation from Kerry County Council and An Garda Síochána

Inch Beach – in the care-free days before Covid-19 and restrictions and public health guidelines. ©Photograph: John Reidy

Kerry County Council and An Garda Síochána are asking everyone visiting attractions and amenities including beaches and other public areas in the county to adhere to public health guidelines and social distancing requirements to limit the spread of the corona-virus.

Increased monitoring of public car parks at beaches and other public spaces is being undertaken to ensure that visitors to the county can enjoy these amenities in a safe way and in the interests of public health.

Advice and Guidance

Kerry County Council and An Garda Síochána are reminding everyone that the congregation of large numbers in public spaces in the absence of social distancing is contrary to the advice and guidance of the National Public Health Emergency Team.

Cooperate And Act Responsibly

Council Chief Executive, Moira Murrell and Chief Superintendent of the Kerry Garda Division, Eileen Foster are appealing to everyone in the community as well as visitors to the county to cooperate and act responsibly for the benefit of public health.