The HSE has cut the group’s funding and is also looking to use the rooms in the building they’ve been operating from.
Pfizer Vaccinating Its Own Non-Essential Workers in Dublin Today
“Our employees are critical to our efforts and as we supply the world with our vaccine, we are looking at ways to protect and care for our people,” a Pfizer spokesperson said.
Across the City, Community Groups Spring Up to Offer What Supports They Can
Tens of groups across the city are offering supports to those who need them, and they’ve learnt a few things already about the best ways to stay safe and be useful.
Dublin City Council Cancels Meetings So Councillors Can Practise Social Distancing
Councillors will continue with the business they usually conduct in their committee meetings, but they’ll do it over email – rather then at public meetings.
In Crowded Hostels, Homeless People Are Finding It Hard to Protect Themselves from Covid-19
“It is all well and good the government saying to self-isolate, but you can’t do that if you have nowhere to live,” says Cameron Neilson.
An Artist Takes on the Absurdities of the Irish Public Health System
Among other projects, Áine O’Hara is working on an interactive game show where people can come into the gallery and play to win or lose their health.
As He Grows Sicker, One Man Cycles Between Homelessness and Hospital Beds
To use his nebuliser, he needs a plug. It’s not a problem when he’s in hospital or within easy reach of a socket. It’s different when he’s left on the streets.
What’s Behind the Rise of Alternative Lattes?
Some Dubliners are seeking out what they see as healthier hot drinks, and trying to cut out the caffeine.
At Dublin Hospitals, Surgeries Are Cancelled Time and Again
Dublin hospitals cancelled thousands of appointments for in-patient and day-case admissions last year, according to documents obtained from the HSE.
At Beaumont Hospital, Staff Shortages Cripples Services
The hospital is trying to attract new staff, but finding it difficult to tempt applicants.