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'We have more reasons to be hopeful now than at any time in the pandemic to date,' Deputy CMO Dr Ronan Glynn has said. However he warned there is a 'considerable risk' of a further wave of infection if measures are eased too quickly | Read more:

Ireland’s acting chief medical officer Dr Ronan Glynn said it was 'too early to say' what the impact of Johnson & Johnson’s delay in European vaccine rollout would mean for State’s vaccine programme & lifting of #Covid19  restrictions via @IrishTimes 

Dr Ronan Glynn says it is “too early to say” what the impact of Johnson & Johnson’s decision to delay the rollout of its vaccines in Europe would mean for the State’s vaccination programme and the lifting of Covid-19 restrictions

#Latest : Ireland remains at a “considerable risk” of a fourth wave if restrictions are eased too quickly, Dr Ronan Glynn has cautioned

We need to communicate vaccine rollout better, says Dr Ronan Glynn

The Deputy Chief Medical Officer, Dr Ronan Glynn, will warn politicians tomorrow of the "considerable risk" of another wave of Covid infection if restrictions are eased too quickly.

Dr Ronan Glynn said "there are many reasons for hope as we head into a new week".

#Breaking : Coronavirus Ireland: Two further deaths and 303 new cases confirmed as Dr Ronan Glynn says, "There are many reasons to hope"

Deputy Chief Medical Officer DrRonan Glynn said the number of close contacts per case since late February has not increased "at all".

'I never, ever want to have to recommend measures to Government again that close things down,' Dr Ronan Glynn has said, adding that a slow approach to reopening is necessary over the coming weeks | Follow live updates:

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Deputy CMO Dr Ronan Glynn says they are asking everyone to do just a little bit more than what they are doing. "If every individual can do just that little bit more over the next few weeks we will stop another wave," he says |

Dr Ronan Glynn is calling on every household to sit down this evening and make a plan on how to reduce their contacts this week

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An estimated 400 to 500 of 1,250 Covid-19 cases confirmed in Ireland in the past two weeks have arisen directly from or are very closely related to meat factories or direct provision centres, according to Acting Chief Medical OfficerDr Ronan Glynn

Acting Chief Medical Officer DrRonan Glynn says there is a “very justifiable and understandable anger in Ireland today”. He adds that “the virus couldn’t care less about anger”, and urges people to continue to comply with measures | More:

Acting Chief Medical Officer DrRonan Glynn says all cases reported today are under the age of 44. He adds that if people try to go back to living as if it were January, it is “only a matter of time” before there is a significant problem | More:

Acting Chief Medical Officer DrRonan Glynn says all cases reported today are under the age of 44. He adds that if people try to go back to living as if it were January, it is “only a matter of time” before there is a significant problem. #Covid19 

Chief Medical Officer Dr Tony Holohan says he is taking time out from work commitments to be with his family. A plan has been put in place for others to take over responsibility for different aspects of his role. Dr Ronan Glynn will take over as acting Chief Medical Officer

Chief Medical Officer Dr Tony Holohan tells RTÉ he is in hospital for tests unrelated to Covid-19. Deputy CMO Dr Ronan Glynn will temporarily take over until his expected release tomorrow.

Confused about #coronavirus  'risk of transmission' and 'contacts of contacts'? Deputy Chief Medical OfficerDr Ronan Glynn explains. | Full coverage:

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