In a letter to the editor, Michael O’Sullivan from Roslevan in Ennis expresses the view that COVID-19 may leave an ever-lasting positive effect.
A study on the impact of COVID-19 restrictions on the lives of young children is to be carried out.
A plan is to be finalised by Clare County Council before public toilets at beaches across the county can reopen.
Ireland has recorded its second highest amount of new COVID-19 cases this week (66) with two more deaths confirmed and no new cases in Co Clare.
Further detail needs to be provided on the amount of personnel that will be allowed attend weddings in Ireland when restrictions are lifted, Violet-Anne Wynne (SF) has maintained.
An appointment of a GP in Newmarket-on-Fergus must not be hit with further delays, a Clare TD has outlined.
Confirmation of 9 further deaths and 59 extra cases of COVID-19 has been issued by the Health Protection Surveillance Centre with one new case recorded in Co Clare.
Hotel Doolin has had to call a halt to its local meal delivery service having struggled to receive any funding to support it.
6 more deaths and 39 extra cases of COVID-19 have been recorded in the Republic of Ireland with no increase recorded in Co Clare once again.
Schools are to reopen at the end of August while play pods are to separate children in childcare facilities from next month.