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Over half of family carers report a decline in mental health during pandemic
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Over half of family carers report a decline in mental health during pandemic

Fri 11:57 AM 5,346 Views 7 Comments

The new research published by the Alzheimer Society of Ireland say that it found family carers to be at “breaking point”.

'It's been emotional': Publicans welcome customers back for outdoor service
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'It's been emotional': Publicans welcome customers back for outdoor service

Jun 7th 2021, 7:42 PM 39,082 Views 21 Comments

The sun was shining as some opened their doors for the first time in 15 months.

'Nothing has changed': Continued calls for easing of maternity partner restrictions
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'Nothing has changed': Continued calls for easing of maternity partner restrictions

Jun 4th 2021, 6:00 AM 10,845 Views 9 Comments

Activists want partners to be permitted in maternity units for all stages of labour.

Emergency Covid-19 powers extended after narrowly passing Dáil vote
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Emergency Covid-19 powers extended after narrowly passing Dáil vote

Jun 3rd 2021, 8:29 AM 19,873 Views 42 Comments

After November the powers can be rolled over for a further three months, but will not go beyond next February.

As it happened: Indoor dining, weddings, pilot live events - the latest Covid re-opening plans revealed From TheJournal.ie
Live May 28th 2021, 7:15 PM

As it happened: Indoor dining, weddings, pilot live events - the latest Covid re-opening plans revealed

Pilot music and sport events to be allowed host spectators in June
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Pilot music and sport events to be allowed host spectators in June

Updated May 28th 2021, 5:14 PM 24,119 Views 29 Comments

Spectators will be allowed to attend some matches next month, while an outdoor music festival is set for the Phoenix Park.

NPHET recommends indoor dining and international travel to resume in July
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NPHET recommends indoor dining and international travel to resume in July

Updated May 27th 2021, 11:01 PM 77,970 Views 113 Comments
  • The Cabinet will meet to sign off on the eased measures.
  • 5,000 spectators are set to be allowed attend outdoor events from 2 August.
  • The Health Minister has said: "NPHET’s view is the trajectory is positive."
Germans return to pools and beer gardens as Covid-19 curbs ease across country
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Germans return to pools and beer gardens as Covid-19 curbs ease across country

May 21st 2021, 9:47 PM 22,582 Views 27 Comments

Germany has been in some form of virus shutdown since November.

Northern Ireland: Stormont gives green light for indoor dining to resume from Monday
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Northern Ireland: Stormont gives green light for indoor dining to resume from Monday

May 20th 2021, 3:38 PM 9,474 Views 6 Comments

All tourism accommodation will also be able to reopen on 24 May.

'Vast majority' of Covid-19 restrictions hoped to be gone by August, Tánaiste says
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'Vast majority' of Covid-19 restrictions hoped to be gone by August, Tánaiste says

Updated May 5th 2021, 6:51 PM 38,750 Views 45 Comments

“I’m hoping that that’s the month when things are relatively normal again,” Leo Varadkar has said.

All construction work can recommence today as more Covid-19 restrictions ease
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All construction work can recommence today as more Covid-19 restrictions ease

May 4th 2021, 6:30 AM 22,421 Views 15 Comments

Workers who work outdoors, such as window cleaners, are also permitted to return to work today.

GAA seeking clarity from government on inter-county challenge games
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GAA seeking clarity from government on inter-county challenge games

Apr 30th 2021, 4:32 PM 2,689 Views 0 Comments

It also remains unclear when inter-county U20 and minor squads can return to training.

At a glance: Everything you need to know about the reopening plan announced tonight
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At a glance: Everything you need to know about the reopening plan announced tonight

Apr 29th 2021, 8:27 PM 70,656 Views 59 Comments
  • The government agreed to ease a number of Covid-19 restrictions on a phased basis from next month.
  • Inter-county travel, more outdoor meetings and increased numbers at funerals and wedding services from 10 May.
  • The Taoiseach said: "Hope is returning."
Workers 'unlikely to return to offices until September' says Tánaiste
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Workers 'unlikely to return to offices until September' says Tánaiste

Apr 29th 2021, 7:50 PM 49,774 Views 38 Comments

Offices have been largely closed under public health advice since the onset of the pandemic.

LIVE: Taoiseach announces reopening plan with haircuts, click-and-collect and garden meet-ups back from 10 May From TheJournal.ie
Live Apr 29th 2021, 7:00 PM

LIVE: Taoiseach announces reopening plan with haircuts, click-and-collect and garden meet-ups back from 10 May

Fully vaccinated people allowed meet indoors with one unvaccinated household from 10 May
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Fully vaccinated people allowed meet indoors with one unvaccinated household from 10 May

Apr 29th 2021, 6:27 PM 18,785 Views 16 Comments

The government this evening announced the easing of a number of Covid-19 restrictions in May and June.

Zoos and wildlife parks, tennis and golf: Here's what restrictions are changing today
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Zoos and wildlife parks, tennis and golf: Here's what restrictions are changing today

Apr 26th 2021, 6:10 AM 33,352 Views 35 Comments

Zoos and wildlife parks are permitted to reopen from today.

Glynn says NPHET isn't predicting a fourth wave but is concerned about possible super-spreader events
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Glynn says NPHET isn't predicting a fourth wave but is concerned about possible super-spreader events

Updated Apr 13th 2021, 3:19 PM 56,538 Views 92 Comments

NPHET and the Government are due to consider the further easing of restrictions again at the beginning of May.

Here's everything you need to know about the Covid-19 restrictions changing from today
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Here's everything you need to know about the Covid-19 restrictions changing from today

Apr 12th 2021, 6:05 AM 59,908 Views 53 Comments

Restrictions around travel, outdoor meetings, schools and construction have been loosened.

Covid-19 restrictions set to be eased slightly from tomorrow
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Covid-19 restrictions set to be eased slightly from tomorrow

Apr 11th 2021, 6:30 AM 55,341 Views 50 Comments

People will be able to travel within their own county for non-essential purposes.

Boris Johnson confirms that non-essential retail and gyms will reopen next week
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Boris Johnson confirms that non-essential retail and gyms will reopen next week

Updated Apr 5th 2021, 5:44 PM 38,499 Views 82 Comments

However, he warned against complacency in the fight against Covid-19.

India tightens restrictions as Covid-19 cases hit new daily record of over 100,000
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India tightens restrictions as Covid-19 cases hit new daily record of over 100,000

Apr 5th 2021, 3:35 PM 16,432 Views 13 Comments

Maharashtra, the worst-hit state, recorded nearly 60,000 cases in the last 24 hours.

Black market Guinness and garda raids: Hundreds of illegal shebeens believed to be serving punters every day
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Black market Guinness and garda raids: Hundreds of illegal shebeens believed to be serving punters every day

Apr 5th 2021, 9:30 AM 123,206 Views 114 Comments

Gardaí have raided dozens of the illegal pubs.

Three men charged over breaches of Covid-19 public health regulations during Cork protest
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Three men charged over breaches of Covid-19 public health regulations during Cork protest

Apr 2nd 2021, 12:57 PM 14,936 Views 0 Comments

All three men are due to appear before Cork City District Court on 14 April.

Poll: Will you watch a religious service online over Easter?
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Poll: Will you watch a religious service online over Easter?

Apr 2nd 2021, 9:25 AM 45,486 Views 121 Comments

Under the current Level 5 restrictions, public Mass cannot take place.

75% of fines for Covid-19 breaches have been issued to men
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75% of fines for Covid-19 breaches have been issued to men

Apr 1st 2021, 8:30 PM 20,507 Views 65 Comments

Nearly half of offences that have led to a fine happened on a weekend.

Here's when the lion's share of Ireland's zoos are reopening
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Here's when the lion's share of Ireland's zoos are reopening

Apr 1st 2021, 7:30 PM 17,105 Views 12 Comments

Zoos and wildlife parks are allowed to reopen from 26 April.

What's changing, when? Key dates for April and May as Taoiseach announces a 'cautious' reopening
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What's changing, when? Key dates for April and May as Taoiseach announces a 'cautious' reopening

Mar 30th 2021, 7:32 PM 133,825 Views 147 Comments
  • Taoiseach: Close to 1 million vaccine doses will have been administered by the end of next week, and 3 million by the end of May.
  • A household will be allowed to meet up with one other household for socialising from 12 April - but not in private gardens.
  • Zoos, wildlife parks, outdoor tennis and golf will return from 26 April - with other restrictions possibly eased from May.
Retail sector 'deeply shocked' by continued ban on click and collect services until May
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Retail sector 'deeply shocked' by continued ban on click and collect services until May

Mar 30th 2021, 7:08 PM 30,390 Views 30 Comments

At the earliest, non-essential shops may be allowed to offer click and collect again from 4 May.

'Her shoes are falling apart': Parents call for clarity on buying children's shoes
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'Her shoes are falling apart': Parents call for clarity on buying children's shoes

Mar 30th 2021, 12:36 PM 76,805 Views 66 Comments

Parents whose children wear splints, known as AFOs, have been having particular issues finding suitable shoes.

Outdoor gatherings and sports resume in England in major easing of lockdown restrictions
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Outdoor gatherings and sports resume in England in major easing of lockdown restrictions

Updated Mar 29th 2021, 12:32 PM 29,498 Views 18 Comments

The British government is also stressing caution, with its new slogan of “hands, face, space and fresh air”.

Government sources indicate 'cautious approach' will be adopted in review of Level 5 restrictions
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Government sources indicate 'cautious approach' will be adopted in review of Level 5 restrictions

Mar 23rd 2021, 10:47 PM 55,366 Views 71 Comments

Concerns were raised at Cabinet this afternoon over rising case numbers.

This report to NPHET breaks down how lockdown in Ireland compares to other countries
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This report to NPHET breaks down how lockdown in Ireland compares to other countries

Mar 22nd 2021, 2:15 PM 26,384 Views 31 Comments

Restrictions on hospitality, curfews and gatherings are among the key differences between countries.

Bayern Munich unlikely to release star duo for World Cup qualifiers
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Bayern Munich unlikely to release star duo for World Cup qualifiers

Mar 16th 2021, 9:11 PM 6,466 Views 4 Comments

Robert Lewandowski and David Alaba are due to face England and Scotland respectively.

People asked to stay home this St Patrick's Day as 2,500 gardaí to be on duty nationwide
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People asked to stay home this St Patrick's Day as 2,500 gardaí to be on duty nationwide

Updated Mar 16th 2021, 2:20 PM 44,877 Views 167 Comments

Gardaí are asking people to avoid large gatherings tomorrow.

Poll: Are you still adhering to the Level 5 restrictions?
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Poll: Are you still adhering to the Level 5 restrictions?

Mar 16th 2021, 9:19 AM 76,728 Views 106 Comments

As we head into the spring Government has indicated a slight easing of restrictions is on the cards from 5 April.

Poll: Should the number of people allowed attend funerals be increased after 5 April?
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Poll: Should the number of people allowed attend funerals be increased after 5 April?

Mar 11th 2021, 8:46 AM 42,559 Views 84 Comments

Under current Covid-19 Level 5 restrictions, attendance at funerals is limited to 10 people.

Vaccine delays won't prevent 'modest' easing of restrictions on 5 April, says Tánaiste
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Vaccine delays won't prevent 'modest' easing of restrictions on 5 April, says Tánaiste

Mar 10th 2021, 2:48 PM 80,714 Views 84 Comments

Varadkar said the reopening of non-essential retail stores would be “further down the line”.

Poll: Do you think this will be Ireland's last Level 5 lockdown?
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Poll: Do you think this will be Ireland's last Level 5 lockdown?

Mar 3rd 2021, 8:43 AM 88,833 Views 144 Comments

Last night a further 359 new cases of Covid-19 were confirmed in Ireland.

Schools: Phased reopening begins as Education Minister says antigen testing has not yet been recommended
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Schools: Phased reopening begins as Education Minister says antigen testing has not yet been recommended

Updated Mar 1st 2021, 1:53 PM 35,703 Views 43 Comments

Sixth years and young primary school students are among those who returned to school today.

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