A Clare man with terminal cancer has renewed his appeal for medical cards to be automatically extended to terminally ill patients and has been left waiting for a reply by the Minister for Health.
Approval has been granted by the Cabinet for the Republic of Ireland to move to Phase 3 on the roadmap for reopening the country.
No new deaths as a result of COVID-19 have been recorded in the past 24 hours while Co Clare has gone ten days without an additional case, 6 new cases are known across the country.
COVID-19 may pave the way for increased use of Ennis General Hospital, the Minister for Health has hinted.
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.
76 new cases of COVID-19 have been confirmed in the Republic of Ireland with 12 more deaths while for the third day in a row there has been no increase in Co Clare.
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Cancer screening services must be prioritised once COVID-19 restrictions are lifted, Cathal Crowe (FF) has said.
Deputy Joe Carey (FG) has admitted the response of the Government and HSE in dealing with COVID-19 nursing homes was…