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Sean O Domhnaill 8h
He may not be fully eloquent, but that was some broadside against by Prof Bill Tormey of Beaumont on tonite. Made very valid points: they undertook a huge social experiment but did NO study on downsides...
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Michael McNamara TD 13h
Before the Government makes a decision, the evidence in support of the recommendations needs to be published.
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Grainne O'Shea Nov 11
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Peter Lydon Nov 17
So…what’s happened to de numbers 10 days after the return to school?
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J Gal Nov 18
What George Lee see's going into work every morning..
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Gavan Reilly Nov 17
: 366 cases; 11 deaths Previous Tuesdays: 10/11: 270 03/11: 322 27/10: 720 20/10: 1269 13/10: 811 5-day average: 427.6 7-day average: 413.6 (Previous 7 days: 421.6) 14-day cases/100k: 122.77 (7 days ago: 152.69) In hospital: 274 In ICU: 31
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Micko Reilly-(What 'Green Jersey'?) Nov 17
Hey , and ... any word on those "nuanced" DMP/RIC/TANS commemorations post ?
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Zara King Nov 25
6 further deaths. 269 new confirmed cases.
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Catherine O'Sullivan Nov 17
Today's Update - 366 New Cases - 11 Deaths - 68,686 Total Cases - 0.5% Increase - If you find these updates useful I would appreciate a like or share Thank You!
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Peadar Tóibín Nov 7
is the 6th most restricted country in the world and yet at the bottom of the table in Europe in terms of the levels of Covid. Why is Ireland an outlier in terms of dealing with .
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Partition Isn't Working Nov 1
There have been 62002 cases of COVID-19 on the island of Ireland (population ≈ 6.75m) compared to 1959 cases in New Zealand (population ≈ 4.8m). That's over 31 times more. Viruses don't respect partition, and neither should you.
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Richard Chambers Nov 23
The good news: Ireland's 14-day Incidence Rate now the 4th lowest in Europe - and it's fallen by 40% over the past two weeks.
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Eric Nolan Nov 10
How on earth has this taken so long? Was obvious from the start. Visors don’t work. Don’t use them.
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Eoin Kelleher Nov 16
An old cartoon but relevant in the context of the crisis facing public health doctors at this moment. If the government continues to follow DPER’s tune and refuse to appropriately fund public health medicine *in the midst of a pandemic*, then what hope do we have?
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Seán Mc Sean Face Nov 2
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Cork City Council Nov 1
Lord Mayor & the Lady Mayoress attended a service of prayers this anoon at the Nth Cathedral - on behalf of the ppl of Cork - for those who have died and the bereaved.
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Conor Murphy Nov 15
So i still can't go to the gym, but we can get take aeay drinks from Alfies and drink and party on South William Street? Small businness cant open, but we dont police this. .
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Jennifer Canesten Nov 16
So the cases are up. We're in Level 5 but schools are open. Anyone else see an issue.
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Carol 🇮🇪💙🎄🎅🤶⛄🎁 Nov 9
I called my son's service provider last week & was told NOT to expect any change to his 10hrs a week before Christmas 🎄 Almost 8 months into the pandemic & this is the best they can do ???
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