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5 things we learned from the Covid-19 briefings

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It has been another busy day of news about the Covid-19 pandemic, with Taoiseach Micheál Martin saying this morning that there may be a high level of restrictions in place until early April.

Both the HSE and the National Public Health Emergency Team held media briefings today, and here are five things we learned from them. 1. 'Long way to go' on restrictions The comments by Taoiseach Micheál Martin on RTÉ's Morning Ireland about the continuation of restrictions  past 5 March came up at this evening's NPHET briefing.

The Deputy Chief Medical Officer, Dr Ronan Glynn said that while great progress has been made since the third wave peak last month, there were as many cases of Covid-19 reported last week as there were in any week in 2020.

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