Lucinda Creighton: We have kept our side of the bargain, now our leaders must keep theirs
The public embraced the vaccine programme and its promise of an accelerated path to freedom, and so now our government must be resolute in following the only sane option of living with the virus
Last week, the government finally announced the phased easing of almost all remaining Covid-19 restrictions. Weddings, gigs, sports fixtures and many more prohibited activities that we once took for granted will again become an essential part of our lives.
Industries that have been under siege for more than 18 months will begin to rebuild. This will be a slow and difficult process. Key to Ireland’s, and indeed the world’s, recovery is and will continue to...
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Department of the Taoiseach spent €16.9 million on Covid-19 public communications in 2020
There were 35 information campaigns funded across radio stations, newspapers, social media and billboards last year
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As the return to schools, colleges and workplaces continues, we again ask the public health experts for their predictions on the progress of our battle against Covid in the months ahead