- September 6, 2021
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The Covid-19 pandemic has decimated the once bustling tourism and hospitality sectors in Dublin
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’I've got a great team in housekeeping,” hotelier Anthony Moloney says. “But if one person gets sick, either myself or my wife are doing rooms… it’s that tight.” Anthony and Deirdre run Doolin Inn, a 22-room country house and restaurant in Co Clare. Business has been brisk as Covid restrictions ease but, like many Irish tourism and hospitality businesses, they now find themselves facing another perfect storm: staff shortage.
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