Timeline to zero-covid would stretch all the way to July

Nphet is not in favour of adopting the zero-Covid approach to fighting the virus, but the scientists in the Independent Scientific Advisory Group are strong advocates of this approach. It would not be easy – and there is danger of public unrest if it doesn’t work

31st January, 2021
Timeline to zero-covid would stretch all the way to July
A total of 91 per cent of those polled by Amarách for RTÉ’s Claire Byrne Live last Monday said they would support a mandatory two-week quarantine for international travellers

Do you remember the original reopening strategy last summer?

The ‘Roadmap to Reopening Society’, published in May, proposed a 100-day journey back to normality.

Within just three months, by gradually lifting restrictions as cases fell, the plan hoped we could arrive at the aspirational “phase 5” by August 10.

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