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We may have dodged a bullet on lockdown for now - but don't be too relieved just yet

Ian O'Doherty



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At the height of the pandemic, 598,000 were in receipt of the payment. This has now fallen to 210,000, but could increase in the coming days due to the Dublin lockdown. Photo: Collins Photos

At the height of the pandemic, 598,000 were in receipt of the payment. This has now fallen to 210,000, but could increase in the coming days due to the Dublin lockdown. Photo: Collins Photos

Advice: Public health experts Professor Philip Nolan, Dr Ronan Glynn and Dr Tony Holohan at Government Buildings 
Photo: Gareth Chaney/Collins

Advice: Public health experts Professor Philip Nolan, Dr Ronan Glynn and Dr Tony Holohan at Government Buildings Photo: Gareth Chaney/Collins

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At the height of the pandemic, 598,000 were in receipt of the payment. This has now fallen to 210,000, but could increase in the coming days due to the Dublin lockdown. Photo: Collins Photos

That strange noise you may have heard on Sunday evening?

That was the sound of an entire nation groaning as they saw the announcement on the news that Nphet had urged the Government to drag the country back into Level 5 lockdown.


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