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Coronavirus: 4,115 new cases confirmed in Ireland
EU watchdog says Omicron 'mostly mild' as WHO warns on vaccine hoarding
Coronavirus: 5,590 new cases confirmed in Ireland
'It feels like we're the whipping boys': Venues and promoters scramble to implement new 50% capacity rule
Venues were left with just days to decide whether to cancel, reschedule or add dates and ask customers to change their tickets, Michelle Hennessy reports.
Those working in the industry have asked for clarity on the conditions that need to be met in order to lift the restrictions in January.
New Covid measures would lift if Omicron risks don't meet 'worst fears', Minister says
Pressure piled on Johnson to come clean over No 10 Christmas party
Australia approves Pfizer Covid-19 vaccine for children aged 5-11
Repatriation flight for 156 people arrives in Ireland from Morocco
No more than four households to meet inside homes in coming weeks, public advised
Coronavirus: 4,163 new cases confirmed in Ireland
Reader Q&A: What do you want to know about the Covid vaccine booster rollout?
Netherlands confirms 13 Omicron cases among passengers on flights
Coronavirus: 3,735 new cases confirmed in Ireland
NPHET meeting and considering further measures after Omicron variant detected in Europe
UK identifies two cases of Omicron Covid variant
Coronavirus: 4,791 new cases confirmed in Ireland
'Every day counts': European countries scramble to regain control over surging coronavirus
Coronavirus: 4,620 new cases confirmed in Ireland
Explainer: What do we know about the new Covid variant and how worried should we be?
Booster vaccines approved for all adults: Pregnant women and 40 to 49s next in line for jabs
Coronavirus: 3,893 new cases confirmed in Ireland, with 43 deaths notified in the past week
Covid-19: Ronan Glynn says virus 'out of control' amid further warnings of pressure on hospitals
New Zealand to stay closed to foreign travellers for another five months
Plan to subsidise antigen tests to be signed off on later this week or next Tuesday, says Tánaiste
Survey shows 45% of people have cancelled social events between now and Christmas
Teachers' union says 'significant number' of school staff contracted Covid in recent weeks
Coronavirus: 4,181 cases confirmed in Ireland
Pfizer asks US to authorise pill to treat Covid-19
'We need to act now': Taoiseach announces updated Covid-19 restrictions
Taoiseach Micheál Martin said it is "increasingly clear that we are experiencing another surge of Covid infection" in Ireland
People are once again advised to work from home unless it is "absolutely necessary to attend in person".
Pubs, restaurants and nightclubs to have an earlier closing time of midnight effective from Thursday night.
Coronavirus: 4,407 new cases confirmed in Ireland
Northern Ireland Secretary Brandon Lewis self-isolating after testing positive for Covid-19
Thousands protest against Covid restrictions in New Zealand
Aer Lingus says 'almost every seat' is booked this week as US ends 19-month ban on travel
Environment Minister Eamon Ryan tests positive for Covid-19
Coronavirus: 3,903 new cases confirmed in Ireland
Daily cases would be 'north of 10,000' without vaccines: The key points from today's NPHET briefing
Schools and nightclubs are not the main cause of the surge; it's a broader increase in socialising across all age groups, NPHET officials said.
Dr Tony Holohan said that there was "a substantial amount of public confusion" about antigen tests.
Professor Philip Nolan said it's an "impossible question" to answer when cases might begin to plateau.
Coronavirus: 2,549 new cases confirmed in Ireland
Coronavirus: 2,605 new cases confirmed in Ireland
Tickets for late events and nightclubs must be booked an hour in advance under proposed rules
All nightclub events must be ticketed from this week.
LVA CEO Donall O'Keeffe said the ticketing system will impact live music in pubs and musicians.
Sinn Féin TD Matt Carthy said that the Government’s handling of the situation “was and is an absolute shambles”.
Coronavirus: 2,193 new cases confirmed in Ireland