The family of a Dublin woman who died from Covid-19 say they don't want her to be forgotten. Amanda Keogh died on 14 February.
Her brother John, is calling for a permanent memorial forest to be established for all those who died after contracting coronavirus. "She was loving, and caring and she had a heart of gold." That's how Amanda Keogh's daughter describes her: "She was a very friendly and open person.
All that ever really mattered to her was her relationships with people and her friendships," says Niamh Lawless. The 52-year-old healthcare worker started to feel unwell at the start of January.Read more on rte.ie