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Updated 12 May

IRELAND’S THIRD WAVE of Covid-19 infections has receded – and now comes the task of reopening the country’s economy and society.

All eyes are on case numbers and hospitalisations to gauge whether each step of reopening was a safe move, a difficult task when a more contagious variant of the virus is now dominant in the country.

And all amid a backdrop of a race to vaccine Ireland’s population as quickly as possible. When will we reach the crucial target of administering a first dose to 80% of adults?

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