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New Volunteers booth at Mayo University Hospital

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Mayo University Hospital (MUH) has officially launched its new Volunteers booth, donated by Baxter Healthcare in recognition of the hard work and dedication of the hospital staff throughout the Covid-19 pandemic.

Nourish and repair over washed dry hands with Bio-Oil® dry skin gel

As we finally start to emerge from the pandemic and the country opens up to a glorious summer of joyful meet ups with family and friends, our hands–which have been washed and sanitised every step of the way during this time–are more deserving than ever of extra care and attention.

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

Covid warning as tens of thousands flock west

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With tens of thousands of holidaymakers and racing fans flocking to the west from this weekend, the HSE has asked people to exercise caution, with local Covid-19 figures having trebled in the last week.

Galway Health Services call on people to 'practise public health behaviours' as Covid cases increase in the west

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Health Services in County Galway have emphasised the importance of practising public health behaviours in light of the recent increase in COVID-19 cases in the west.

Health service warning that Covid is circulating at pace in west

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Health Services in County Galway have emphasised the importance of practising public health behaviours in light of the recent increase in COVID-19 cases in the west.

Fourth wave will put great pressure on hospitals, says Saolta chief, as numbers presenting are changing

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The chief executive of the Saolta University Health Care group, which runs the local public hospitals, warned this week that the country is heading towards a fourth wave of Covid-19 with case numbers rising and expected to increase further in the coming weeks.

Saolta boss praises the public for west's hospitals being Covid-free

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There were no Covid-19 patients in any of the West of Ireland's public hospitals on Tuesday this week.

Saolta boss praises the public for west's hospitals being Covid-free

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There are no Covid-19 patients currently in any of the West of Ireland's public hospitals. Despite mounting nationwide concern about the prevalence of the highly transmissable Delta variant of the infection, which accounted for 20 per cent of last week's national case numbers, the Galway, Mayo, and Roscommon hospitals did not have any Covid patients at the time of going to press.

Alone continues to highlight the importance of physical movement for older people

Alone, the organisation which supports older people, is highlighting the importance of physical movement for joint health in older people.

 

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