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Galwegian goodwill hailed by Liam Neeson

Galwegians have donated more than 80,000 Covid-19 vaccines to some of the world’s least developed countries, and their efforts are being praised by UNICEF ambassador Liam Neeson.

Cycle of overcrowding crises at UHG ‘must be broken’ says Farrell

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"UHG has consistently been the most and second most overcrowded hospital in the State in recent weeks, and this is with non-Covid related admissions. We need to break this cycle of overcrowding crisis at UHG.”

Older people urged to protect themselves against flu this winter

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The HSE is asking people to come forward and get their free flu vaccine is if is recommended for them. The flu vaccine will help protect those most at risk of serious illness from flu.

Racecourse facility to be used to give health workers winter flu jab

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The mass vaccination centre at Galway Racecourse at Ballybrit is to be used to issue the winter flu vaccine to healthcare workers in the west.

Racecourse facility to be used to give health workers the winter flu jab

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The mass vaccination centre at Galway Racecourse at Ballybrit is to be used to issue the winter flu vaccine to healthcare workers in the west.

Frontline workers must be recognised for ‘protecting the nation’, says McNelis

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A pandemic bonus should be paid to the State’s healthcare workers to “honour and recognise” the work they have done to slow the spread of Covid-19.

Athlone a focal midway point during weekend ICU4U charity cycle event

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Athlone was the focal meeting point for ICU doctors, nurses, healthcare workers, hospice staff, paramedics and gardai who departed on a Covid-19 cycle of remembrance to honour the lives lost during the pandemic in this country.

Definitive timeline for reopening all HSE day services necessary

Local Independent Deputy, Denis Naughten, has called for a definitive date for the full reopening of all day services following confirmation from the HSE that all older people and adults with underlying health conditions have been fully vaccinated

TG4 to broadcast new Science on Screen documentary tonight

CÚRAM, the SFI Research Centre for Medical Devices at NUI Galway, together with partners Galway Film Centre, have announced that the latest documentary produced through the Science on Screen public engagement programme will be broadcast on TG4 on tonight Thursday, 1 July at 10.30pm.

Pandemic frontline workers still awaiting Government recognition

Local Independent Deputy, Denis Naughten, has described as “disappointing” that 15 months after the start of this pandemic frontline workers who have been running our hospital and community services have yet to receive any recognition from Government.

 

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