Comment: New Covid-19 plan cannot become another Roadmap of Confusion

A sample of TDs would struggle to list all the rules and regulations correctly at this stage

14th September, 2020
Comment: New Covid-19 plan cannot become another Roadmap of Confusion
It is not surprising that Taoiseach Micheál Martin has found himself having to promise ‘simple messaging‘ for his new framework launch. Picture: Sasko Lazarov/

Six months after the shock lockdown in March, it’s hardly news that there would be a new official “bells and whistles” plan to manage Covid-19, as the country faces into the winter period, a time which always adds huge stress to the health system. It’s the least that might be expected in the teeth of a continuing pandemic.

But, this new plan is built on the shaky ground of...

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