Coronavirus in Ireland LIVE: CMO Holohan doesn’t expect Covid-19 measures to be changed on May 5 as death t  The Irish SunView Full coverage on Google News
LEO Varadkar has revealed a roadmap for easing Covid-19 restrictions in Ireland.  Speaking this evening outside government buildings, Taoiseach Leo Varadkar said our society has been put to “…

Coronavirus in Ireland LIVE: Leo Varadkar to reveal roadmap for easing Covid-19 restrictions today

FIVE HEALTH care workers have died after contracting Covid-19 in Ireland, the Department of Healt...FIVE HEALTH care workers have died after contracting Covid-19 in Ireland, the Department of Healt...

5 healthcare workers have died after contracting coronavirus in Ireland | The Irish Post

Leo Varadkar announced the easing of two restrictions – extending an exercise travel limit from 2km to 5km from home and advising over-70s they can leave home for isolated exercise from Tuesday.Leo Varadkar announced the easing of two restrictions – extending an exercise travel limit from 2km to 5km from home and advising over-70s they can leave home for isolated exercise from Tuesday.

Republic will reopen economy in five stages as a further 34 people die of Covid-19 - The Irish News

The chief medical officer has said that he would not advise the government to lift Covid-19 restrictions on movement today.Tony Holohan said yesterday that his view “hasn’t changed” and now is “notThe chief medical officer has said that he would not advise the government to lift Covid-19 restrictions on movement today.Tony Holohan said yesterday that his view “hasn’t changed” and now is “not

The death toll now stands at 1,232 The death toll now stands at 1,232

Coronavirus claims 43 more lives as 359 new cases confirmed in the Republic of Ireland - Irish Mirror Online

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Earlier today Leo Varadkar confirmed he will present his coronavirus lockdown exit plan tomorrowEarlier today Leo Varadkar confirmed he will present his coronavirus lockdown exit plan tomorrow

Coronavirus update as a further 43 deaths and 359 new cases confirmed in Ireland - Dublin Live

“Coronavirus Ireland: Here's what's on Dr Tony Holohan's lockdown exit checklist https://t.co/emZPjJ2S5Q”

peter vandermeersch on Twitter: "Coronavirus Ireland: Here's what's on Dr Tony Holohan's lockdown exit checklist https://t.co/emZPjJ2S5Q"

“Dr Tony Holohan, asked about US President Donald Trump suggesting an injection of disinfectant may be a possible coronavirus remedy, said this was not something to be recommended. He said it is: "Unsafe and dangerous. He is not a doctor."”

Fergal Bowers on Twitter: "Dr Tony Holohan, asked about US President Donald Trump suggesting an injection of disinfectant may be a possible coronavirus remedy, said this was not something to be recommended. He said it is: "Unsafe and dangerous. He is not a doctor.""

Thirty-four more people who were diagnosed with Covid-19 have died in Ireland, the Department of Health has said.Thirty-four more people who were diagnosed with Covid-19 have died in Ireland, the Department of Health has said.

34 more people diagnosed with Covid-19 have died

One minister said the briefing had “no good news” with another describing it as “very grim”.One minister said the briefing had “no good news” with another describing it as “very grim”.

Ministers push back against Chief Medical Officer, urging for some easing of restrictions

The country has played down hopes of a swift easing of social distancing restrictions and is expected to extend the emergency measures early in May.The country has played down hopes of a swift easing of social distancing restrictions and is expected to extend the emergency measures early in May.

Another Irish coronavirus surge ‘difficult to manage’ | Falmouth Packet

Number of cases nationally edges towards 21,000Number of cases nationally edges towards 21,000

Small increase in confirmed coronavirus cases in Waterford - Waterford Live

A further 34 people have lost their lives to COVID-19 in the Republic of Ireland with the death toll now sitting at 1,265.A further 34 people have lost their lives to COVID-19 in the Republic of Ireland with the death toll now sitting at 1,265.

34 More COVID-19 Deaths Confirmed With 221 Additional Cases

Latest news on Friday 1st May.Latest news on Friday 1st May.

Coronavirus: Dept. Of Health Announce 34 Further Deaths From Covid-19 - Midlands 103

There have been a further 34 coronavirus-related deaths in the Republic.It brings the total numb...There have been a further 34 coronavirus-related deaths in the Republic.It brings the total numb...

Coronavirus: 34 more deaths and 221 new cases in Republic | Newstalk

Another 221 new confirmed cases reported, lowest number of cases since April 1stAnother 221 new confirmed cases reported, lowest number of cases since April 1st

Coronavirus: Further 34 people die in State of Covid-19

Leo Varadkar will address the nation at 6.30pm this evening, where he is expected to offer an update regarding Ireland's coronavirus situation.Leo Varadkar will address the nation at 6.30pm this evening, where he is expected to offer an update regarding Ireland's coronavirus situation.

34 more people in Ireland have died in connection with Covid-19 | JOE is the voice of Irish people at home and abroad

By William O'Connor 43 people with COVID-19 have died and 359 new cases have been confirmed today by The Health Protection Surveillance Centre There h...By William O'Connor 43 people with COVID-19 have died and 359 new cases have been confirmed today by The Health Protection Surveillance Centre There have now been a total of 1,232 COVID-19 related deaths in Ireland. As of 11am Thursday, April 30, the HPSC has been notified of 359 new confirmed cases of COVID-19. There is now a total of 20,612 confirmed cases of COVID-19 in Ireland. The HSE is working to identify any contacts the patients may have had to provide them with information and advice to prevent further spread.

Coronavirus: 43 further deaths and 359 new confirmed cases

The numbers were released at a press briefing this evening The numbers were released at a press briefing this evening

359 new coronavirus cases and 43 deaths confirmed by Department of Health -

There have been 43 more deaths related to COVID-19 in Ireland.The latest figures show 359 new cases of the virus were also confirmed here.It puts the death t...There have been 43 more deaths related to COVID-19 in Ireland.The latest figures show 359 new cases of the virus were also confirmed here.It puts the death t...

COVID-19: 43 More Deaths In Ireland