With the lifting of restrictions on 8 June, the number of incidents fell dramatically. By the end of June, licensed premises were permitted to reopen provided they met certain criteria (for example serving a substantial meal) under S.I. 234 and later S.I. 326 of 2020, and enforcement of these criteria was completed through Garda Operation Navigation. This resulted in more than 50,000 visits being conducted by Garda members to licensed premises. While approximately 60% of these establishments were found to be closed, the Garda Síochána reported 326 incidents where they used their powers. The majority of these occurred between July and October, until Level 5 restrictions meant most premises were closed once again.