Reopening: Frustrating ‘baby steps’ seen as the best way back to normality
Few risks were taken with pilot gigs like the James Vincent McMorrow concert last Thursday, but experts say this approach was correct despite rising optimism at the accelerated vaccine rollout
They say no news is good news and the National Public Health Emergency Team (Nphet) did not even hold its weekly media briefing last Friday. Instead, the headlines were dominated by reports of the lucky folk who got to enjoy some of the pilot matches and concerts that took place around the country this weekend.
Covid cases in Irish hospitals are currently at a nine-month low, and on Friday Paul Reid, the HSE chief executive,...
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