Off Message: My coronavirus diary

Eight-year-old Faith Keogh can see some upsides to the crisis, but most of all she just wants everybody to stay in so it can finally come to an end

26th April, 2020
Off Message: My coronavirus diary
Faith Keogh and her dog Nellie. Every day the Keogh family take Nellie for a walk on the Curragh which is less than 2km from their home

It’s now more than six weeks since my last day in school. I’m in second class in St Brigid’s National School in Ballysax on The Curragh. However, I think I’ll be in third class by the time I go back to school because of the coronavirus. My First Holy Confession and my First Holy Communion were postponed, but it’s better to be safe than sorry.

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