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Pubs, restaurants and cafes must be allowed the opportunity to open together when lockdown restrictions are lifted, as the Government’s own data proves private dwellings, not hospitality outlets, are the primary source of Covid-19 outbreaks.
Mayo Sinn Féin TD Rose Conway-Walsh has highlighted the loneliness of elderly people in residential and nursing homes, who are unable to see their families during Covid-19 restrictions.
As Mayo and the rest of the country adapt to the level three restrictions imposed by the government this week, the number of confirmed cases of Covid-19 in Mayo has risen to 675, according to the most recent data released by the Health Protection Surveillance Centre (HPSC) and the Health Service Executive (HSE). That data is correct up to midnight on Monday, October 5.
A marked increase in the number of confirmed Covid-19 cases within the Athlone local electoral area has coincided with the decision taken by Government to move the country to Level 3 on the Plan for Living with the pandemic.
Contained optimism layered with an air of apprehension is the prevalent emotion pertaining to matters education at this time as schools at both primary and secondary levels prepare for an imminent return to a classroom setting, nigh on six months from their closure in mid-March as the COVID-19 pandemic detrimentally impacted upon the customary teaching routine.
As uncertainty remains pertaining to the return to school of pupils and students who have not received face to face educational guidance for close to six months, the pertinent issue is very much the focus of persistent discussion as the Government and authorities aim to arrive at a plan which will ensure the implementation of relevant health and safety protocol.
A total of 1,060 cases of Covid-19 have been confirmed in the HSE West region, according to the Health Protection Surveillance Centre’s latest Covid-19 epidemiology report. This figure represents 4.9 per cent of the overall number of cases in the country.
The rate of new confirmed cases of Covid-19 in Mayo slowed again this week.
There were 33 confirmed cases of Covid-19 being treated in Mayo University Hospital as of 8pm last night, Wednesday, April 29 – the same amount of confirmed cases as the night before.
There were 33 people with confirmed cases of Covid-19 being treated in Mayo University Hospital as of 8pm last night, Tuesday April 28.