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It has been a 2020 to forget and this new year has dawned like never before.
RONAN FAGAN AND MARY O’CONNOR
The laboratory at Galway University Hospitals has begun COVID-19 testing using a new high-throughput molecular PCR machine. The new equipment will enable the laboratory to process up to 500 swabs from patients per day, with a turnaround of approximately three hours per batch. Until now the laboratory was carrying out COVID-19 batch testing on two separate machines with a turnaround of up to 10 hours and a maximum of 300 tests per day.
Following six wins in seven SSE Airtricity League first division games, Galway United are primed to make a late push for a play-off position. A number of Covid cases in the club stopped activity for a two-week period, but United now make a welcome return to action at Eamonn Deacy Park next Tuesday evening when hosting Drogheda United.
It is Tuesday morning and many of us are waking up to the images on our social media pages of Galway's Spanish and Middle Arches being thronged with young people revelling and drinking from the night before.
The current Coronavirus lockdown presents a trying time for any manager of a GAA club team - especially one who has just taken over a new side with ambitions of becoming the best in the county once again - but that is the situation new Castlebar Mitchels manager Alan Flynn finds himself in.
I suppose we’re all living in the one land now, which is dominated by coronavirus.
The Asthma Society of Ireland is advising people with asthma to be extra vigilant in their asthma management and follow the advice set out by the HSE, amidst growing coronavirus concerns.
The Health Protection Surveillance Centre has this evening said they have been informed of four new confirmed cases of COVID-19 (Coronavirus) in Ireland.
I hope you all survived Storm Jorge. Apparently, the ‘J’ and the ‘g’ are pronounced as ‘h’ so just to make it easy we will call it Storm George.