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# Stephen Donnelly

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Dr Tony Holohan rules out return as Chief Medical Officer after his new role in Trinity College
'Unusual characteristics' to CMO's new Trinity role, public expenditure minister says
Government approves creation of new Regional Health Areas as part of Sláintecare reforms
Government wants a much smaller group with 'fresh' thinking for NPHET's replacement
Justice Minister tests positive for Covid-19 as Health Minister isolates with flu-like symptoms
Donnelly warns he doesn't want patient safety Bill to create culture of fear within health service
State will pay €100,000 to families of healthcare workers who died of Covid
Covid-19 restrictions for people travelling to Ireland to end tomorrow
HSE boss admits ‘challenges’ ahead as €20 billion National Service Plan unveiled
Cabinet agrees to publish bill on regulation of reproductive healthcare
Health Minister launches €350 million action plan to slash hospital waiting lists
Govt one step closer to giving severe illness during pregnancy drug free of charge
Deferrals caused by Covid will increase hospital waiting lists this year, says Health Sec Gen
Govt won't oppose hospital parking bill, but department 'working on plans' to cap daily charge
Waiting lists for children's surgeries to be tackled by extending operating theatre hours
Group to investigate options for funding severe pregnancy sickness drug to make it more available
Health Minister insists State won't reimburse cost of drug to treat severe pregnancy sickness
Debt collectors calling on cancer patients is 'immoral and must stop', say TDs
No current plans for NPHET to be disbanded, says Donnelly
Special Oireachtas committee on international surrogacy to be established
Vaginal mesh and Gardasil: Approval for general indemnity cover and product liability cover
Varadkar wants to set 31 March as a deadline to end almost all legal Covid restrictions
Minister hopeful of bigger crowds returning for sporting events
Isolation rules for close contacts are being relaxed from today — here's a look at the changes
People will be able to register their positive antigen test on the HSE website from tomorrow
Number of patients with Covid in hospital but admitted for other reasons close to 30% - CMO
Children aged 5-11 can get the Covid-19 vaccine from today
Irish families impacted by valproate scandal welcome French court ruling allowing class action
Leas Ceann Comhairle concerned about govt 'lack of accountability' on Covid heading into 2022
New Covid testing and isolation guidelines: Here's everything you need to know
Over 200 organ transplants carried out despite 'extremely challenging' year for service
Boosters for over-30s from next week, first doses for children 5-11 from next month
Three elective hospitals to be developed in Cork, Galway and Dublin to help tackle waiting lists
People aged 40-49 to be offered Covid boosters from 19 December
Government won't refund inbound travellers who got Covid tests before requirement was delayed
HSE tells centres to allow boosters after 3-month gap as Cabinet discusses Covid developments
Free flu vaccine programme to be extended to people aged over 50
Mandatory hotel quarantine signed back into law amid Omicron concerns
Government says it's 'not practical' to give Dáil scrutiny to Covid emergency powers
Three years into new abortion laws, Stephen Donnelly says 'ease of access' has not been achieved