How a Facebook post seeking donations for local nursing homes became a nationwide project.
Authorisation for the use of the Moderna Covid-19 vaccine has been granted by the EU Medicines Agency.
Cabinet is set to sign-off on closing schools and construction sites until the beginning of the February at the earliest.
According to an Ireland Thinks poll, 70% of people in Ireland would take the Covid-19 vaccine.
The Government has said that the Covid-19 vaccine designed by Pfizer and BioNTech could be available in Ireland from early January.
Northern Ireland’s Health Minister Robin Swann has said some 12,000 people will get the Covid-19 vaccine in the next two weeks.
A working coronavirus vaccine finally looks in sight. Following an announcement from Pfizer/BioNTech which showed their large-scale trials of the vaccine was 90% effective.
From the front line to centre stage, a healthcare worker from Co. Cavan has had her dreams come through as she got to perform with the RTÉ National Symphony Orchestra at the National Concert Hall.
Diligent, a leading modern governance company have announced they are establishing a European hub in Galway, creating 200 new jobs.
The move to Level 5 restrictions for six weeks was announced by Taoiseach Micheál Martin.
The recommendation comes in the wake of a spike in Covid-19 cases across Ireland in the past week.
The move of the three counties to Level 4 restrictions comes in the wake of a spike of cases in the counties and the rapid rise of cases in bordering Northern Ireland.
Seven high growth, IDA-backed companies have announced the creation of 206 new jobs in Dublin, Kildare, Sligo and Cork.
Ireland’s Chief Medical Officer, Dr Holohan has said he is “deeply concerned” at the rate of spread of Covid-19 since Sunday
Every county in the Republic of Ireland will be moved to Level 3 Covid-19 restrictions from midnight.
The National Public Health Emergency Team has made the recommendation to the Irish government that the entire country should move to Level 5 restrictions.
934 cases is the highest number of cases recorded to date and is twice the amount of the cases recorded on Wednesday (424).
Dr. Holohan had stepped away from his role at the start of July for family reasons but is now expected to make a return to his role on Monday.
Ireland’s Acting Chief Medical Officer, Dr Ronan Glynn has confirmed that 70 recent cases in Cork have been associated with pubs and restaurants.