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Coronavirus: 3 Covid-19 deaths, no new Galway cases

Three more deaths of people with Covid-19 have been reported to the Department of Health today, along with 47 more confirmed cases. The death toll...

Galway scientists develop new drone to fight COVID-19

A new drone has been developed by scientists at NUIG which can sanitise surfaces in public places to help fight the spread of the...

Over 2,000 come off pandemic unemployment in Galway

Over 2,000 people came off Covid-19 Pandemic Unemployment payments in Galway last week according to the latest figures. Data from the Department of Social Protection...

Coronavirus: 8 more deaths across Republic & small increase in Galway cases

A further eight deaths related to COVID-19 have been confirmed this evening, taking the death toll in the Republic of Ireland to 1,658. Just 10...

GMIT wraps up project that made 10,000 face shields for healthcare workers

While colleges may be closed, their highly skilled staff have kept at work in the Covid-19 crisis, with GMIT producing over 10,000 face shields...

INMO calls for inquiry into Covid-19 rates among healthcare workers

The Irish Nurses and Midwives Organisation is calling for independent inquiry into the high rates of Covid-19 cases among healthcare staff. As of May 26,...

Another €200,000 invested in eBooks and eAudiobooks for libraries

The government has doubled the funding it has provided for public libraries to buy eBooks and eAudiobooks in the Covid-19 crisis. To meet the increased...

Coronavirus: One death and Ireland passes 25,000 cases

The Department of Health has been informed of the death of 1 Covid-19 patient today, along with 77 new confirmed cases in the coronavirus...

Private hospitals “must resume” some normal service

Private hospitals must begin to resume normal service "as soon as possible" Galway TD Michael Fitzmaurice says, as the number of Covid-19 patients drops. The...

Coronavirus: 9 Covid-19 deaths, but no new Galway cases

The deaths of 9 people with Covid-19 have been reported to the Department of Health today, along with 59 new confirmed cases. The death toll...

Connolly spars with Health Minister over low occupancy at private hospitals

Galway West TD Catherine Connolly clashed with the Minister for Health in the Dáil this week over the use, or underuse, of private hospitals...

Coronavirus: 6 more deaths in Republic, small increase in Galway cases

Six more people have died after being diagnosed with COVID-19 in the Republic of Ireland and 39 additional cases have been confirmed. The total number...

Galway Market returning this weekend with new safety measures

After a somewhat rough return last week, Galway Market will be going ahead this Bank Holiday weekend with a range of new safety measures. To...

Coronavirus: 9 Covid-19 deaths, spike in Galway cases

Nine more deaths of patients with Covid-19 have been reported today, along with 46 new cases in the Republic of Ireland. This brings the national...

Students urged to use caution before leasing accommodation this year

Students are being advised to exercise extreme caution before signing up to a lease for accommodation this year, as it's still uncertain what the...

Coronavirus: 17 Covid-19 deaths, Galway cases rise again

An additional 17 people with Covid-19 have died today, almost double yesterday's figure and a sharp increase from the start of this week, when...

Coronavirus: Saolta Hospitals CEO praises staff for level of care in Covid-19 crisis

CEO of the Saolta Hospitals Group Tony Canavan praised staff at hospitals in the west for the level of care they have provided in...

Coronavirus: 9 more deaths in Republic but no new Galway cases

After no deaths related to the coronavirus were reported in the Republic yesterday, the NPHET has today confirmed that nine more people have died...

Groups in Galway encouraged to apply for 2020 CLÁR Programme

Local groups in the county have been encouraged to apply for the 2020 CLÁR Programme, which has a total fund of €5 million and...

GMIT staff member makes hundreds of reusable face coverings for nursing homes

A staff member at GMIT has been putting her creative skills and resources to invaluable use since April, making hundreds of reusable face coverings...
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