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Liz Canavan of the Department of the Taoiseach issues a reminder that from today, it will be mandatory for all passengers coming into Ireland to fill out a passenger locator form | More:

Ahead of the bank holiday weekend, Liz Canavan of the Department of the Taoiseach urges people to maintain social distancing, even when meeting friends from outside their household | Live updates:

Liz Canavan of the Department of the Taoiseach reminds students that the Leaving Cert calculated grades portal closes at 10pm tonight | Live updates:

Liz Canavan of the Department of the Taoiseach reminds students that the Leaving Cert calculated grades portal closes at 10pm tonight. #Covid19 

Liz Canavan, Please also remember that if you need assistance with any of this, particularly if you are advised to stay at home, help remains available through programmes such as community call – all details are on and

Liz Canavan, Finally, those over 70 or who have a medical condition that makes them more vulnerable to #COVID19  are advised to stay at home, apart from brief exercise within the 5km limit. #IrelandPhase1 

Liz Canavan, We are now also recommending that face coverings are worn on busy public transport and in enclosed indoor public areas like shops. Details on how to make and wear face coverings are on - #IrelandPhase1 

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The Government does not want to have to reintroduce measures in future, as some other countries have had to do due to a spike in infections, says Liz Canavan. | Follow live #coronavirus  updates:

The Department of Education is announcing a package of funding for schools to support the provision of IT equipment, says Liz Canavan at a Government briefing | Read more:

Contingency plans for holding the Leaving and Junior Cert exams are under consideration, says Liz Canavan. Minister hopes to provide clarity in the coming days. | Follow live #coronavirus  updates:

Liz Canavan reiterates that anyone fleeing domestic abuse doe not have to adhere to the 2km restriction on movement

Liz Canavan of the Department of the Taoiseach has asked people to be mindful when shopping and not to bulk buy. She said waste companies have told of an increase in unused food being thrown out.

The Government is reminding people that they shouldn’t travel outside of the 2km zone around their house for physical exercise, says Liz Canavan | Follow live #coronavirus  updates:

‘Our essential workers have to go to work. Everyone else’s job is to stay at home’, says Liz Canavan at Government briefing | Follow live #coronavirus  updates:

'We know today is April Fools' Day, and we're aware there are a lot of hoax stories floating around out there. So just remember, if it's true, you'll hear it here," says Liz Canavan at Government briefing | Follow live coronavirus updates:

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