Kilmihil GP, Dr Michael Harty has confirmed he has returned to his West Clare surgery despite attending a controversial event on Wednesday night which was in breach of COVID-19 guidelines.
Long-term closures of disability centres will leave a lasting effect, a Clare disability advocate has cautioned.
“They don’t get half enough credit or respect for the fantastic work they do”.
Clare will have three representatives in Seanad Éireann following confirmation of Taoiseach Micheál Martin’s eleven nominees.
Shannon Airport is to receive €6.1m in emergency funding.
Approval has been granted by the Cabinet for the Republic of Ireland to move to Phase 3 on the roadmap for reopening the country.
Gyms, cinemas, places of worships, salons and barbers have had their reopening accelerated with a revisal of the country’s recovery roadmap announced.
United Airlines have informed management of Shannon Airport that it has ended its Shannon to Newark route.
3 deaths and 13 additional COVID-19 cases have been confirmed by health officials on Friday while no new cases have been attributed to Co Clare.
Five more deaths and 19 extra cases of COVID-19 have been recorded in the Republic of Ireland while in Co Clare there has been no new case in a full week.