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HSE Ireland 9h
Hi John. Can you contact our call centre on 1850 24 1850 and they will escalate this for you. They will be open at 8am in the morning.
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HSE Ireland 9h
Replying to @Marko83096413
Hi there. You can take some exercise. Here are some details on restricting your movements:
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HSE Ireland 9h
Replying to @Fran_OR57
Hi Fran. They’d usually get called that day or the following day.
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HSE Ireland 11h
Replying to @Berbeq2 @ronan_glynn
Hi, Our colleagues are dealing with a lot of queries and are working as quickly as possible to get back to everyone. We understand your frustration but ask that you be patient and they will come back to you. Many thanks.
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HSE Ireland 12h
Hi Darragh. The main feature of the app is the contact tracing element. You don’t need to check in everyday for this feature to work.
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HSE Ireland 12h
Replying to @sangeeta1586
Travellers are asked to restrict movements.
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HSE Ireland 13h
Replying to @sangeeta1586
Hi, tests are carried out if people have symptoms. More details here:
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HSE Ireland 13h
Replying to @sangeeta1586
Hi there. You will still be required to restrict your movements for 14 days when you enter the country.
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HSE Ireland 14h
Hi Aisling, could you ask that person to make contact with us so we can escalate this? That wait time would be unusual. Thanks a lot.
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National Ambulance Service 16h
Hopefully it won't be needed; but just in case you ever need to call 999 / 112 for an (in an situation) this is how the call will go. Listen to the and do what they say to help the .
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HSE Ireland 16h
If you cough or sneeze - cover it or have a tissue handy... and download the COVID Tracker app to be one in more than a million. Because COVID-19 is still a problem… and we’re all the answer. ➡️
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HSE Ireland 18h
Replying to @Berbeq2 @ronan_glynn
Hi there. I'm sorry to hear that. Please call our HSELive team on 1850 24 1850 and pass on your son's personal details for follow up.
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HSE Ireland 19h
If you are going to see loved ones this weekend, please remember to maintain 2 metres (6.5 feet) of a distance, and good hand hygiene. This helps to slow the spread of and helps protect our community and our health service.
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HSE Ireland 19h
Replying to @shmaca
Hi Aisling, Most people will get their test results back within 3 days, but it can take longer. Patients who are most ill and in hospital are being prioritised. If you have been waiting longer than 3 days for your test result, phone HSELive on 1850 24 1850. Best regards, Frances
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HSE Ireland 21h
Cleaning your hands is the best way to slow the spread of . Let’s all keep cleaning those hands... and wear a face covering when you’re shopping or on public transport.  Because COVID-19 is still a problem… and we’re all the answer.  
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HSE Ireland 22h
WATCH: Hospitals have developed new ways of working to reduce the risk of spread of . Watch the staff at Connolly Hospital show how they aim to keep patients safe during their outpatient appointments.
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HSE Ireland 22h
Replying to @Suyaya62
HI Suyaya, There isn’t a delay currently on getting called for testing. You will be offered the earliest appointment at a test centre in your area. Check that your GP has the right contact details for you. You can also phone phone HSELive on 1850 24 1850. Kind regards, Frances
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HSE Ireland 23h
Any close contacts of a positive case of will be contacted by our contact tracers & referred for a test. We strongly advise everybody contacted to come forward to help protect yourself, your family, the wider public and to help slow the spread of .
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HSE Ireland 23h
Hi Robert, Once you arrive into Ireland you will need to restrict your movement for 14 days. There are more details on this site
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HSE Ireland Aug 13
Replying to @MeOider @Cianomaidin
Hi there. No this issue has now been resolved.
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