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"One of the things that's going to happen as we ease restrictions, and increase the amount of economic activity... we are going to see more clusters of this," Tony Holohan'>Dr Tony Holohan said this week

"One of the things that's going to happen as we ease restrictions, and increase the amount of economic activity... we are going to see more clusters of this," Tony Holohan'>Dr Tony Holohan said this week

A loss of smell and taste has been reported as a 'clear feature' of Covid-19 and can present without any other symptoms, says Tony Holohan'>Dr Tony Holohan. | Live updates:

Tony Holohan'>Dr Tony Holohan says he is ‘not surprised’ that Ryanair's Michael O’Leary has a concern about quarantine measures for people arriving in Ireland. The CMO says he believes normal airline travel will not return ‘in the near term’. | Live updates:

Tony Holohan'>Dr Tony Holohan says he'd like to see Ireland’s re-opening sped up – if progress of virus allows

Tony Holohan'>Dr Tony Holohan said that he wasn't aware of any communication between Greek and Irish health officials regarding the decision

Dr. Tony Holohan, @CMOIreland  , @roinnslainte  , said; Moving into next week, I would urge everyone to look back at the progress we have made over the past number of weeks and maintain our efforts to suppress COVID-19 into the future.

New cases and deaths today LIVE: Updates from Dr Tony Holohan at Department of Health briefing

Tony Holohan'>Dr Tony Holohan says they are advising against indoor gatherings, and they will be giving consideration to when they think it is the right time to reopen churches, after it emerged a church in Dublin opened its doors for mass. | Live updates:

A loss of smell and taste has been reported as a 'clear feature' of Covid-19 and can present without any other symptoms, says Tony Holohan'>Dr Tony Holohan. | Live updates:

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Chief Medical Officer Dr Tony Holohan announces an additional 59 confirmed cases of Covid-19, as well no new recorded deaths | Live updates:

The Chief Medical Officer, Tony Holohan'>Dr Tony Holohan, has warned doctors here to be on the lookout for a severe inflammatory syndrome, affecting children, possibly linked to Covid-19. Meanwhile the number of people in hospital here, with Covid-19 is continuing to fall

Tony Holohan'>Dr Tony Holohan, asked about US President Donald Trump suggesting an injection of disinfectant may be a possible coronavirus remedy, said this was not something to be recommended. It was "unsafe and dangerous. He is not a doctor".

Tony Holohan'>Dr Tony Holohan: I am very concerned that people may start moving around more. We need compliance to get us into as strong a position as we can be by 5 May. There should be no assumption that [restrictions will be lifted] we don’t want people slacking off.

Ireland has successfully "flattened the curve" of coronavirus transmission and no longer expects a peak in infections, chief medical officer Tony Holohan said IE 🤞

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Asked was he comfortable about the idea of workers being flown into the country from abroad, Tony Holohan'>Dr Tony Holohan said he was not. While he did not want to be seen to comment on any individual cases, he said it was not consistent with public health advice.

Chief Medical Officer Dr Tony Holohan said this is as a result of all the hard work in communities and the measures that have saved "hundreds of lives"

Tony Holohan'>Dr Tony Holohan says he doesn’t think there is currently any justification for moving towards lockdown measures, given the high compliance rate with measures implemented so far | Follow live #coronavirus  updates:

Ireland's Chief Medical Officer DrTony Holohan has announced the first case of COVID-19 coronavirus has been confirmed in Ireland

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