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Government aspirations to make contraception universally available, without charge, for all women, must be made a reality in Budget 2021.
ANYONE WHO was involved in the Galway city music scene - either as a musician or as a fan - throughout the noughties, will have come across Bushy, aka Kenneth Coyne, and his band The Brno Chairs.
Covid-19 is changing the way we behave in Galway city. We all know now how complicated life is being in confinement, trying to keep a good balance between personal life and professional activities while working from home and/or also living with high levels of stress when there is a health or safety risk in our surroundings.
With the imminent opening of appointment-based businesses, adhering to safety requirements will be a burden on those businesses. Hairdressers, Beauticians, Wellbeing, Fitness and other businesses will have the headache of trying to schedule appointments while trying to also maximise use of space and staff to get their business up and running again. Promoting the business and providing appointments has just become a lot easier. Thanks to the recent launch of a highly innovative online platform called ‘OK Who’s Next?’ developed by Irish entrepreneur, Martin Flynn. This ‘one stop shop’ makes it easy for clients to book a range of appointments, while enabling service-providers schedule appointments safely in line with capacity and staff numbers.
Despite the negative connotations which the words COVID-19 evoke, there has been an essence of positivity pertaining to this persistent pandemic with frontline personnel working diligently and valiantly for innumerable hours aspiring to stem the spread of this infectious disease in local communities.
Lockdown started in Spain on March 14 but I had already stopped working by then after a client cancelled an English class to tell me that he had been in contact with people who were believed to have tested positive for Covid-19.
Continued support, flexibility and guidance needed for those with mental illness and neurodevelopmental conditions - College of Psychiatrists
Vulnerable groups with mental illness and neurodevelopment conditions need extra guidance, support and flexibility in how services and treatments are delivered in these extraordinary circumstances, the College of Psychiatrists of Ireland has stated.
A Galway woman has set up a website which collates all the must know information on the coronavirus and Covid-19 disease.
As the majority of us are now working for home during the day and housebound in the evenings, it is vital that we try focus all of our energy on what is important for us to stay healthy - looking after our physical, mental, and immune wellbeing.