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Ban On Multi-Buy Alcohol Deals From Today

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From today the purchase of alcohol as part of multi buy deals and loyalty card purchases is banned. The changes come from...

Nearly Half A Million Covid-19 Vaccine Doses By The End...

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Minister for Health Stephen Donnelly has said there will be nearly half a million Covid-19 vaccine doses by the end of...

EU Member States Announce Start Date For Covid Vaccinations

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In what will be a welcomed Christmas present, the EU have announced the start date of the rollout of Covid-19 vaccinations. President...

Vaccination Certificates Are Part Of Ireland’s Rollout Plan

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Vaccination certificates are part of Ireland's rollout of the Covid-19 vaccine according to Minister for Health, Stephen Donnelly. Speaking to RTÉ this...

Gardaí To Crack Down On Outdoor Drinking This Weekend

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Gardaí are set to crack down on outdoor drinking this weekend. They aim to boost patrols due to the scenes last...

Winning The Covid Battle – 90% Drop In Fatalities In...

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Minister for Health Stephen Donnelly has told the Dáil that Ireland has seen an extraordinary drop in the numbers of deaths...

Christmas Gatherings Looking Likely According To NPHET

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The chances of people being able have Christmas gatherings is looking likely according to the HSE's clinical chief officer, Dr Colm...

Covid-19: ‘Minimum Restrictions’ After Level 5 Minister Says

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Minister for Health Stephen Donnelly has told an Oireachtas committee that the government hopes to impose only the "minimum additional restrictions"...

Ireland Covid-19: Downward Trend In Cases Gives Hope

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The lowest daily coronavirus figures in five weeks were reported yesterday in Ireland. Just 322 new positive cases were reported by...

Slight Reduction In Covid-19 Cases In Hospitals Around The Country

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Hospitals around the country are seeing a slight reduction of Covid-19 cases. The latest figures show that there are 327 confirmed...
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