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Health chiefs Tony Holohan and Ronan Glynn have not yet been vaccinated against Covid-19

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Dr Tony Holohan said there are "a few old habits that collectively we have to break in order to suppress COVID-19 together".

Revealed: Dr Tony Holohan's warning to Health Minister on ‘weak’ border controls as emails and texts reveal tensions in the war on Covid-19

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Ireland is suppressing the third wave of COVID-19 faster than any other country in Europe, Dr Tony Holohan said.

Holohan said the advent of vaccines within one year of Ireland's first case of Covid-19 is "beyond any expectations"

Minister for Health @DonnellyStephen has said both he and the Chief Medical Officer, Dr Tony Holohan, were 'bemused' by media coverage of their working relationship, which Mr Donnelly said is 'excellent' | Read more Covid-19 coverage:

Dr Tony Holohan says there has been an impressive reduction of Covid-19 over the last number of weeks, however the patterns of the disease can change very quickly and the progress must be kept up |

Dr Tony Holohan said there were more cases of COVID-19 reported in the month of January than in all of 2020.

Dr Tony Holohan says if the levels of Covid-19 transmission gets down to very low levels, then the reopening of some important public services can begin to be contemplated |

'We continue to see progress' with Covid-19 indicators, the Chief Medical Officer has said. Dr Tony Holohan said this is as a consequence of public compliance with public health measures, but said we have a long way to go | Follow live updates:


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Holohan says Covid-19 has 'taken root in every single part of the country' and that levels of infection are still 'far too high'

“If you have flu-like symptoms, it’s unlikely to be anything but Covid-19 at this time. You must self-isolate.” Chief Medical Officer Tony Holohan says people have to limit their interactions with those outside their household. | Read more:

Chief Medical Officer Dr Tony Holohan has young people have shouldered a huge burden during the Covid-19 pandemic, and they have missed out on all the things they look forward to like college, travelling, dating and nights out | #LateLateShow  | Read more:

🎄🎅 'We can still save Christmas if we do the right thing for the next three weeks' 🎄🎅 Dr Tony Holohan has said that Christmas will be a challenging time and we have to ensure we get Covid-19 levels as low as possible before that | Read more:

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

Dr Holohan said the reports around children not being significant contributors to the spread of Covid-19 is based on a small number of studies and a small number of children. He said the scientific community around the world had not come to a conclusion on the issue.

Dr Tony Holohan does not offer much hope when it comes to when hair salons will be able to reopen. “Any change to our current restrictions will be based on risk of transmission [of Covid-19] … services like hairdressing involve touching and close contact so it’s difficult.”

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.

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