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Tess Finch Lees


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Chief medical officer Dr Tony Holohan. Photo: Colin Keegan/Collins Dublin

Chief medical officer Dr Tony Holohan. Photo: Colin Keegan/Collins Dublin

Chief medical officer Dr Tony Holohan. Photo: Colin Keegan/Collins Dublin

Last Wednesday, Dr Tony Holohan warned that lives depended on people taking personal responsibility to wash their hands, observe social distancing, avoid crowds, wear masks in indoor spaces, reduce contacts and leave venues that don’t ask for vaccine certs.

On the same day, a government-sponsored science event for teenagers took place in a cinema where vaccinated and unvaccinated occupants sat cheek by jowl unmasked in a sealed room for two-and-a-half hours.


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