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Local Link provides 30,000 collect and deliver services since Covid outbreak

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In March 2020 helping people to stay at home became the new role of TFI Local Link Mayo rural transport services, when Ireland went into the first Covid-19 lockdown.

Canney hails work on Old Grove site ‘a red letter day’ for Tuam

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A “Red letter day” for Tuam was how one TD described the beginning of construction works on the Old Grove hospital site in the centre of the north Galway town.

Expecting parents need questions answered over maternity restrictions at UHG, says Farrell

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Despite the easing of some restrictions around maternity care, expecting parents still have questions about what restrictions are still in place and so far these have gone “unanswered”.

Maternity restrictions ease at MUH

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Mayo Fine Gael TD Alan Dillon has welcomed news that Covid-19 HSE maternity restrictions are to ease at Mayo University Hospital.

Patients aged 70 and over to be vaccinated in hospitals

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Patients aged 70 and over will now be vaccinated in the hospital setting following a policy change by the Government.

Athlone Institute of Technology confirmed as Covid-19 vaccination centre

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Cannon fires broadside at decision to have just ONE vaccination centre for all of Galway

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Fine Gael Deputy Ciaran Cannon is today calling on Health Minister Stephen Donnelly and the HSE to urgently rethink their plans to provide just one mass vaccination centre for the whole of Co. Galway, located at the Ballybrit Racecourse in Galway city.

Over 5,000 cases of Covid-19 in Mayo since start of pandemic

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There were 5,107 cases of Covid-19 in the county up to the end of January and since the start of the Covid-19 pandemic, with 3,247 of those coming in January alone.

Mayo Schools lead the way in implementing a mental health and wellbeing programme for students

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Mayo schools are to implement a mental health and wellbeing programme in the classroom over the next three years with the support of local organisations.

Business case for elective hospital due within weeks

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A business case for the development of an elective hospital in Galway will be made before the end of the year, it emerged after a high level meeting last evening.

 

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