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‘Hunting cases’: Chief medical officer Tony Holohan. Photo: Colin Keegan, Collins Dublin

‘Hunting cases’: Chief medical officer Tony Holohan. Photo: Colin Keegan, Collins Dublin

Colin Keegan

‘Hunting cases’: Chief medical officer Tony Holohan. Photo: Colin Keegan, Collins Dublin

Gardaí are warning the public to stay at home for the Easter weekend - or run the risk of being turned back at nationwide checkpoints.

There are mounting concerns over large numbers of people deciding to relax their coronavirus vigilance for what would normally be a bank holiday weekend break.

These include day-trippers or those decamping to holiday homes for a few days over Easter.


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