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COVID-19: 1,144 new cases reported in Ireland

There have been a further 1,144 confirmed cases of COVID-19 in Ireland reported by the Department of Health today. As of this morning there were...

Director of WHO to speak at NUI Galway today and tomorrow

The Director of the World Health Organisation Dr Mike Ryan will be speaking at NUI Galway today and tomorrow about the impact of COVID-19...

23 countries dropped from designated states list

There has been a significant update of the designated states list for COVID-19, with 23 countries removed from the quarantine list. Minister for Health Stephen...

Long awaited improvements to Connemara Ambulance Service confirmed

Long awaited improvements to the ambulance service in Connemara have finally been confirmed, with extra staff and vehicles coming by the end of the...

COVID-19: One country added to list of designated states, and two removed

One country has been added to the list of designated states for mandatory quarantine, and two have been removed. Minister for Health Stephen Donnelly announced...

Over 700 pharmacies to administer Pfizer vaccine as rollout extends to 12-15 year olds

The number pharmacies across Ireland administering the Pfizer vaccine will double this week to over 700 as the vaccination rollout is extended to 12...

No timeline yet for delivery of new UHG emergency department

The construction of a new emergency department for University Hospital Galway could still be a long way off, as the project is only in...

Popular European tourist spot removed from hotel quarantine list

Thirty-four more countries have been removed from Ireland's mandatory quarantine list, including one of the two remaining European countries on the list. Turkey, which is...

Galway Senator questions low levels of breastfeeding in Ireland

Galway Senator Pauline O'Reilly questioned the appointment of an executive from an infant formula manufacturing company to the Safefood health promotion agency in light...

Five more countries added to mandatory quarantine list

Five additional countries have been added to the mandatory hotel quarantine list for people arriving in the state. Minister for Health Stephen Donnelly announced on...

Two more European countries removed from hotel quarantine list

Just four European countries remain on the Government's mandatory quarantine list after two more states were removed by Minister Stephen Donnelly. The European countries which...

Six European countries removed from hotel quarantine list

Six countries in Europe were removed from Ireland's mandatory hotel quarantine list yesterday evening including two European Union countries. Minister for Health Stephen Donnelly announced...

Teachers angered by Government’s new vaccine rollout plan

Changes to the vaccine rollout plan announced by the Government yesterday have angered teachers who say that the decision is at odds with the...

State more focused on defending litigation then protecting children Naughten says

The state is more concerned with defending itself against litigation than addressing the needs of vulnerable children reliant on state services Galway TD Denis...

Vaccination rollout “totally inconsistent” in Connemara Connolly says

Galway West TD Catherine Connolly has said that the rollout of the COVID-19 vaccination programme in Connemara has been "totally inconsistent". Speaking in the Dáil...

Naughten says vaccination centres must serve past county borders

People must not be pigeonholed into specific COVID-19 vaccination centres due to their county of residence Galway TD Denis Naughten has said. Speaking after the...

NUIG team leading €10m EU project to prepare for future pandemics

NUI Galway is leading a €10 million EU project to help prepare the European Union to deal with any future pandemics. The PANDEM-2 Project will...

Galway Hospice to share in over €10m recurring annual funding

Galway Hospice will share in more than €10 million in recurring annual funding announced for the voluntary hospice sector starting from this year. Minister for...

Galway TD calls for retired healthcare staff to be used in vaccine rollout

Galway TD Denis Naughten has urged the government to utilise retired doctors and healthcare staff in delivering the COVID-19 vaccine. This is preferable to taking...

Businesses need clarity after COVID-19 disarray says Galway TD

The government needs to provide a clearer roadmap for businesses which are in "disarray" as a result of COVID-19 restrictions decisions Galway TD Michael...

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