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‘Not all of us can do big things. But we can do small things with great love.’ This was Mother Teresa’s philosophy. That is the philosophy the pupils of Kilmurry NS decided to emulate when they heard that they could make a difference to the Health Service frontline workers with the smallest of items.
The legacy of the lost lives and the pain and hardship Mayo people have endured during the Covid-19 pandemic can only be the urgent delivery of the long promised critical healthcare facilities, according to Sinn Féin TD, Rose Conway-Walsh.
The chief executive officer of the HSE has been requested by the Health Minister, Simon Harris, to put together a report on a number of issues surrounding the management of Covid-19 and non Covid-19 patients in Mayo University Hospital.
The chief executive of the Saolta University Health Care Group, which runs the local public hospitals, acknowledged this week that the threat from Covid-19 would remain with us for the forseeable future but stressed there were many reasons for optimism.
The rate of new confirmed cases of Covid-19 in Mayo slowed again this week.
Since Sancta Maria teachers Liam Murphy and Bob Reaney started their production of visors for healthcare and frontline workers a few weeks ago, they have been inundated with requests for more.
The number of confirmed cases of Covid-19 in Mayo passed the 500 mark this week after the National Public Health Emergency Team noted a total of 501 confirmed cases on Monday evening last. That number had increased to 510 by Tuesday evening this week and the most recent information available at the time of going to print showed the number stood at 512.
The next two weeks are crucial in terms of weakening the grip of Covid-19 and building on the significant progress made in suppressing the virus, the chief executive of the Saolta University Health Care Group said this week.
News in Brief from around Mayo
The number of confirmed cases of Covid-19 continued to increase in Mayo over the past week, marking the county out as the black spot for cases in Connacht.