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Saturday 30 September 2023 Dublin: 11°C

# admissions

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213 patients with a confirmed Covid-19 case in hospital
Over 1,045,000 vaccine doses have been administered in Ireland.
Slight rise in number of Covid-19 patients in hospital
As of 8am this morning, there are 349 patients in hospital and 86 in ICU who have Covid-19.
People with eating disorders presenting more unwell since pandemic
Rises in acute presentations and significant increases in referrals to specialist teams also reported.
Full House actress Lori Loughlin pleads with judge to dismiss charges in college admissions scandal
Desperate Housewives star Felicity Huffman has already pleaded guilty to similar charges.
'No more baptism barrier': Catholic schools won't use religion as admission criteria, says Bruton
There will still be exceptions in cases of minority schools, the Minister said.
Here's why Jan O'Sullivan's schools plan could spark a BIG row in government
Analysis: The politics behind today’s news on changes to schools’ admissions policy.
Schools will have to cap the number of past pupils' children they admit
Minister Jan O’Sullivan is due to announce new legislation later today.
Schools face ban on charging admission fees or interviewing parents on enrolment
Minister Ruairí Quinn hopes the legislation will lead to a fairer system and cut down on court cases over school admissions.
Poll: Should schools introduce 'CAO-style' admission?
The Irish Primary Principals’ Network has proposed the idea, saying that parents could rank their school choices similar to how the CAO form is organised.
Top performing hospitals, levels of absenteeism - HSE figures revealed
The latest HSE performance report evaluates hospitals’ discharge and admission rates, as well as response times and lengths of stay.