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# Stephen Donnelly

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Government looks to subsidise cost of antigen tests to help people buy them at a lower price
Taoiseach: Government 'will consider' NPHET's advice about people working from home
Govt expects NPHET to formally advise work-from-home ‘where possible'
Donnelly favours ‘urgent sanctions’ for outlets not checking Covid certificates
FactCheck: Are vaccinated people as likely to transmit Covid-19 as non-vaccinated people?
No plan to reintroduce restrictions but Covid figures are 'very concerning', Donnelly says
Coronavirus: 3,726 new cases confirmed as Ireland records highest daily figure since January
Student nurses Dáil protest: 'I know I'm not staying in Ireland - after I'm qualified, I'm gone'
Booster vaccine programme for over-60s to begin next week
Donnelly: Free contraception scheme for women aged 17-25 will begin in August 2022
State could buy 500,000 antigen tests per week as Govt told rapid testing may play 'important role'
Donnelly says he would like to see healthcare workers get the green light for the booster jab
Pop-up vaccination centres to be extended on college campuses
Donnelly says free contraception for 17-25 year olds 'is just the start'
Why are cases high if our vaccine rate is so good? Our proximity to the UK, says Donnelly
'Over 25s have sex': Criticism of decision to limit free contraception scheme to young women
Free contraception to be made available for young women
Health Minister Donnelly wants new Sláintecare consultants contract agreed ‘within weeks’
Protesters take calls for end to maternity restrictions to gates of Leinster House
Roll out of free contraception expected to be given green light for Budget 2022
Emergency powers linked to indoor dining extended to January, but Govt says no plans to use them
Non-EU doctors in Ireland to get more access to specialist training after pandemic campaign
Families and children of public figures are 'not fair game', says minister
Call for new laws as group that protested at Tánaiste's home pledges to target every politician
Sláintecare Council to meet Donnelly for first time since resignations
Donnelly says he will 'prioritise' legislation for safe access zones around health facilities
What's going on with the government's Sláintecare plan for the health service?
Donnelly announces establishment of Ireland's first centre for menopause
Health minister hopeful of Budget boost for Irish cancer services
Teachers not at increased risk of admission to hospital with Covid, study finds
Taoiseach says 'evaluation' into handling of Covid-19 pandemic in Ireland will be carried out
Sinn Féin TD calls on Oireachtas Committee to investigate HSE procurement of ventilators
Stephen Donnelly says he was 'concerned' at footage of crowds after GAA hurling final
NIAC has advised that Covid-19 vaccines can be mixed in some cases, Donnelly says
Health Minister says he is 'committed' to bringing in safe access zones around health facilities
HSE staff who worked during pandemic should get bonus, Donnelly says
People born between 1965 and 1985 should be tested for Hepatitis C, Hiqa recommends
'Something has to give': INMO asks Health Minister to intervene at overcrowded Limerick hospital
Unsolicited calls to Holohan and Glynn are 'appalling', says Donnelly
'We don’t know how bad it’s going to get': Additional ICU surge capacity being built up, says Donnelly