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Daily COVID-19 numbers dropping but public vigilance must persist

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Daily figures of COVID-19 cases may be dropping at present but the Clare public cannot afford to let down its guard.

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Upcoming weeks represent Mid-West’s greater test vs COVID-19 as 574 UL Hospitals staff out of work

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Over 1,000 new cases of COVID-19 have been diagnosed in Co Clare over the space of seven days.

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Clare experiencing record-level surge of COVID-19

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Co Clare has experienced a record-level surge of COVID-19 over the past fortnight.

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107 Clare people scheduled for COVID-19 swab failed to attend test over Christmas

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Fourteen percent of Clare people scheduled for a COVID-19 test failed to attend for a scheduled swabbing over the Christmas period.

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Co Clare has done ‘remarkable job’ in tackling COVID-19

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A quarter of all COVID-19 cases over the past two months in the Mid-West have occurred in individuals aged between 15 to 24 while Co Clare has been praised for doing “a remarkable job”.

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‘Priority is to ensure people of the Mid-West have a safe Christmas’ – Dr Mannix

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The Department of Public Health Mid-West is urging the public to not let down its guard in the fight against the COVID-19 pandemic as the countdown to Christmas approaches.

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Lack of confidence in management of public spaces during COVID-19

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Public spaces in tourist towns “are not being properly managed”, a Shannon local representative has stated.

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Plan needed to help elderly download COVID-19 Tracker App – Nestor

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A campaign to encourage the uptake of elderly people downloading the COVID-19 tracker app has been suggested by Clare’s youngest politician.

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‘I haven’t come out of it and I know that’ – Norton questions if COVID-19 cases can be retested

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Confirmed cases of COVID-19 can be re-tested for the virus if symptoms of the virus still persist following their self-isolation period of two weeks.

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