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Delta in Donegal – ‘If there’s an outbreak in Derry, it will impact here... the Border is irrelevant’

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Donegal-based pharmacist Fergus Brennan says vaccine supplies are running low. Photo: North West Newspix

Donegal-based pharmacist Fergus Brennan says vaccine supplies are running low. Photo: North West Newspix

Donegal-based pharmacist Fergus Brennan says vaccine supplies are running low. Photo: North West Newspix

Donegal is bracing itself for a further surge in Covid-19 cases – as two towns in the county grapple with infection rates far higher than the national average.

Outdoor service in the Inishowen Peninsula was a washout on Sunday evening following thunderstorms. The old adage “lightning never strikes twice” has once again been proven untrue as this isn’t the first time Buncrana has had the highest rate of Covid in the country.


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