Ireland could face three national lockdowns in the next year if regional restrictions fail to suppress Covid-19 outbreaks, a German modelling expert has warned.
Philipp Hoevel, a lecturer in Applied Mathematics at University College Cork (UCC), predicted that three successive waves could occur.
This would prompt heightened restrictions nationally if each wave reached a peak of 1,000 cases a day, he warned.
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