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This Easter, Clean Coasts in partnership with Irish Water is partnering with JP McMahon to ask the people of Galway to ‘rethink the sink’ and never pour fats, oils, and greases (FOGs) from the Easter roast down the sink. Instead, collect FOGs into a heatproof container (egg cartons, tins and jars are egg-cellent choices), allow them to cool, and empty into the bin.
Covid-19 is once again transmitting rapidly in local communities and the HSE is urging people to continue to adhere to the public health advice as the rise in cases is placing huge stress on our healthcare services.
Cllr Terry O’Flaherty’s motion proposing that the Galway City Council opens toilets at Ballyloughane on Saturdays and Sundays with immediate effect was carried.
Most people who get Covid-19 get better very quickly, says oxygeneration.com, adding: "Some people continue to experience symptoms, and even have other symptoms develop in the weeks and sometimes months following their infection.
Most people who get Covid-19 get better very quickly. Some people continue to experience symptoms, and even have other symptoms develop in the weeks and sometimes months following their infection. This is commonly referred to as long Covid. Some of the more common long Covid symptoms include a lasting cough, fatigue, aches and pains, brain fog, loss of taste, loss of sense of smell, and insomnia.
Mayo University Hospital had to cancel all routine inpatient surgeries this week and impose strict visiting restrictions for the hospital due to rising Covid-19 cases in the community this week, along with dealing with a Covid-19 outbreak at the hospital.
Technology is a huge part of our daily lives so it’s no surprise it’s finally reaching the bathroom.
Independent Councillor Terry O’Flaherty has condemned as ‘mindless and cruel thuggery’ the burning of a wheelchair-accessible toilet recently installed at Merlin Woods.
Some two in five people (41 per cent ) say they are less likely to use public transport now compared to before the pandemic, and four per cent said they are more likely to use it now.
In support of Breast Cancer Awareness Month, Penneys is launching its first collection of leisure, nightwear, underwear and accessories designed and developed for those who have experienced breast cancer and undergone breast surgery.