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🤒 "We just don't have the capacity whatsoever to deal, not only with the flu, but with Covid on top of that." Ireland's health service routinely grinds to a halt during the winter months. How will we cope with on top of that? outlines the concerns.
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the Sheep are rolling in! Sep 16
Replying to @JOEdotie @DrZeroCraic
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Alan Sep 16
Replying to @JOEdotie @DrZeroCraic
Oh yea keep the fear alive,he should be in fair city that fella
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castletonian Sep 17
Paul Reid said that at today's press briefing. Why wasn't this addressed throughout all the planning hat they have been talking about since February?
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Antoine Pádraic Sep 17
Replying to @JOEdotie
Just out of interest, how much, are ye paying Mattie for each appearance? It's a nice littke nixer for him to top off his wages. Covid not hurting his pocket anyway.
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Dr. Bríd McGrath Sep 17
I very much appreciate ’s lucid and informed contributions on -19, including on
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Jon power Sep 16
Replying to @JOEdotie @DrZeroCraic
years to get it sorted stop blaming people for living their lives because hse are hopeless
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sean keane Sep 16
Replying to @JOEdotie @DrZeroCraic
2 queries to respectfully challenge this GOT "Winter is Coming" thesis; 1)Flu season.We've never been more aware when it comes to good flu hygiene,surely that will impact numbers? 2)Mar-Jun,the A&E/ED cloggers disappeared,trolley count plummeted,will that behaviour not continue?
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Sam jones Sep 16
Replying to @JOEdotie @DrZeroCraic
So instead of payin all their mates billions for doin feck all why didnt they put the money into makin our hospitals better.. come on we’ve always had shocking heath care is this corrupt country.. theirs a reason for that
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