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Ireland is doing all right - it's time we finally stopped losing the plot about Covid

Dan O'Brien



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Business as usual: Diners sit inside protective booths at the Sushi das Artes restaurant in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. Photo: Pilar Olivares/Reuters

Business as usual: Diners sit inside protective booths at the Sushi das Artes restaurant in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. Photo: Pilar Olivares/Reuters

Business as usual: Diners sit inside protective booths at the Sushi das Artes restaurant in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. Photo: Pilar Olivares/Reuters

Most people have access to Euronews, the Europe-wide TV news channel. Have you watched it lately? If you haven't, you should. It is not only horizon-broadening, it provides a welcome break from Covid coverage.

Yesterday morning its top three headline stories were: riots in Athens following the banning of an extremist political party; debate in the European Parliament on measures to curb climate change; and a Facebook ban on conspiracy theorists using its platform.


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