Statement from the National Public Health Emergency Team on Tuesday 24th March – 204 new confirmed cases

1. Hospital statistics 2. Gender of patients 3. Age range affected 4. How COVID-19 is spreading 5. Healthcare workers 6. Hospitalised cases by age group 7. Cases by county   The Health Protection Surveillance Centre has today been informed that a patient diagnosed with… [more]

Statement from the National Public Health Emergency Team on Tuesday 24th March – 204 new confirmed cases Statement from the National Public Health Emergency Team on Tuesday 24th March - 204 new confirmed cases

‘Social Distancing’ – Contacting An Garda Síochána

During this 'Delay' phase of the National response to Covid-19 everyone is asked to work as a community to reduce the impact of Covid-19.  Social distancing aims, through a variety of means, to decrease or interrupt the spread of COVID-19.  It does this by minimizing contact between potentially… [more]

‘Social Distancing’ – Contacting An Garda Síochána 'Social Distancing' - Contacting An Garda Síochána

Testing for Covid-19 is under way at several designated “drive through” centres in the South East – HSE

“Drive Through” testing centres for Covid-19 are in operation in Carlow, Clonmel, Kilkenny, Waterford and Wexford, with plans in place for additional locations in Dungarvan, Gorey and a second in Waterford.  The testing service is being provided on an appointment-only basis and only those who… [more]

Testing for Covid-19 is under way at several designated “drive through” centres in the South East – HSE Testing for Covid-19 is under way at several designated “drive through” centres in the South East - HSE

Bob Fitzgerald Hardware – Clonmel

Bob Fitzgeralds hardware remains open from 9 to 5.30 each day as long as we can and as long as it's safe for our staff . We ask customers to follow our protocol, 3 customers only in the shop at any time and please stay at least 2 meters apart at all times.   For more updates go to Bob Fitzgerald… [more]

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The Gourmet Butcher – Clonmel

Our business is operating 10am to 4pm Monday to Saturday. We are however operating a very popular online store where orders are prepared for collection or free home delivery. Orders can be placed on www.thegourmetbutcher.ie via social media or telephone 052 6189482. We have added some other… [more]

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Butler Outdoor Power – Clonmel

We at Butler Outdoor Power are still Open. We are doing collections of lawn & grass machinery for servicing / repair, and we are doing deliveries of new machines to within a 30klms radius. We are happy to collect any machine from a persons home, once we are provided with clear and specific… [more]

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Marlfield News 16.03.20

March 16, 2020

New Signage The new agreed information signage has been erected at St Patricks Well and it is informative and in keeping with the unique religious setting of the Well. The location of the signage is on the entrance gates and at the kneeler where patrons pray. Thank you to Tipperary Co Council engineer Owen Powell […]

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Commercial Rate Payments should be paused for businesses affected by Pandemic – Cllr Máirín McGrath

March 16, 2020

Cahir Area Councillor has called on Tipperary County Council to explore the possibility of pausing commercial rate payments for businesses affected by the Covid-19 Pandemic. Independent Councillor Máirín McGrath was speaking after businesses of all kinds have taken the decision or have been forced to close in the interest of their staff and the general […]

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Minding your mental health during the coronavirus outbreak – HSE

March 15, 2020

Infectious disease outbreaks like coronavirus (COVID-19), can be worrying. This can affect your mental health. But there are many things you can do to mind your mental health during times like this. How your mental health might be affected The spread of coronavirus is a new and challenging event. Some people might find it more […]

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Statement from the National Public Health Emergency Team – Sunday 15th March

March 15, 2020

The Health Protection Surveillance Centre has today been informed of 40 new confirmed cases of COVID-19 in Ireland. 23 males, 17 females 25 are associated with the east of the country, 9 are associated with the west, 6 are associated with the south There have been 2 deaths associated with COVID-19 in Ireland. There are […]

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All pubs advised to close until March 29th – Department of the Taoiseach

March 15, 2020

All pubs asked to close from tonight government strongly advises against any ‘House Parties’ Following discussions today with the Licenced Vintners Association (LVA) and the Vintners Federation of Ireland (VFI), the government is now calling on all public houses and bars (including hotel bars) to close from this evening (Sunday 15 March) until at least […]

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Statement from the National Public Health Emergency Team – March 13th

March 13, 2020

  The HPSC has been informed of 20 new confirmed cases of COVID-19 in Ireland. 6 cases are associated with travel 12 are associated with contacts of confirmed case; 4 of which are healthcare workers 2 cases are associated with community transmission There has been one confirmed death of COVID-19 in Ireland. There are now […]

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County Tipperary Chamber Newsletter March 13th 2020

March 13, 2020

      Home     International Trade     Join Today         EMAIL NOW     Safeguarding the Economy The Department of Enterprise has formulated a Business Continuity Plan in the event of the escalation of the Coronavirus. Learn ways to minimise the impact of the virus in delay phase.   […]

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Deputy Michael Lowry welcomes funding of €599,969 under the Local Improvement Scheme (LIS) for Co. Tipperary

March 13, 2020

The funding of €599,969 will now be used to support the continued improvement of non-public rural roads that enable people to access their homes and farms. The funding is allocated through Minister Michael Ring in the Department of Rural and Community Development. I am pleased that my support has played a central role in facilitating […]

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