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first_imgInfection Control Team in place at University Hospital Limerick following “outbreak” of Covid-19 Linkedin Government announces phased easing of public health restrictions Previous articlePieta’s Darkness Into Light postponedNext articleFamilies and workers must be supported through public health emergency David Raleigh RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR TAGSCommunityCoronavirushealthLimerick City and CountyNews Advertisement Facebook Email The Bishop of Limerick has encouraged parishioners to go into lockdown mode in order to preserve life during the COVID-19 pandemic.Bishop Brendan Leahy said society cannot wait for a government workplace shut down and, must instead, take individual responsibility.Sign up for the weekly Limerick Post newsletter Sign Up “The stakes are too high with people’s lives on the line and the health system unable to withstand the pressures. So, it is clear that we, as a public, cannot afford to be nonchalant about social gatherings any more,” he said.“We cannot wait for a government workplace shut down and, must instead, take responsibility on ourselves.”Delivering his message at midday Mass, which was streamed live online from St John’s Cathedral, Bishop Leahy confirmed that all Masses – not just Sunday Masses – will no longer be held in public until further notice.He appealed to people not to attend funerals, unless they are immediate relatives or particularly close friends. Doing otherwise would, he added, “could enter into the realms of recklessness”.“A great saying found in all religions tells us: ‘do onto others as you would want done onto you’. It’s the Golden Rule and its application is never more timely than in the face of the radical measures we have to take in stopping the spread of the Coronavirus,” Bishop Leahy said.“What we can and ought to do is take responsibility. And we need to start by reviewing our lifestyle completely for the coming weeks.”“For the sake of a few weeks, we need to make sacrifices.”PEOPLE WILL DIE“Of course, we are afraid of cutting back in business and services; that’s completely understandable but we are at a point where it is now so evident that if we don’t take short-term sacrifice, we will hurt long term,” he said.“We will hurt economically but we will hurt from a health perspective. And people will die.”Bishop Leahy continued: “While the Government hasn’t yet called for a lockdown, could we not already voluntarily do our part to effectively, as much as we can, reduce our interactions with one another.”He argued that unless Ireland follows China’s example of “closing down for a matter of weeks all non essential services, we could pay dearly”.“Social distancing is vital. Families have been told to avoid children mixing with others. I would appeal to young adults in particular to do their part,” he said.People who continue to socialise in “large crowds” particularly in “bars”, “could be putting their own loved ones at risk”.“And, of course, in keeping to the HSE advice, there should be no hand-shaking or hugs regardless. Social distancing must be observed now, as difficult as that is.”Regarding funeral services, he added: “Once this crisis has passed, and it will pass, another ceremony can be arranged for all those who should not now attend.”“They can then gather and pay their respects in that great Irish way and let the family know they share their loss. In the meantime, phone-calls, texts and social media can be used to convey support at this very difficult and extraordinary time.”center_img Annie Lynch is the first person to receive the Pfizer BioNTech COVID-19 vaccine in Ireland Limerick Post Show | Careers & Health Sciences Event for TY Students NewsCommunityHealthLimerick Bishop encourages people to go into lockdown mode to help save livesBy David Raleigh – March 15, 2020 241 Limerick health chiefs urge public not to withhold information on virus contacts, as they investigate “complex and serious outbreaks” across midwest region Print WhatsApp Shannon Chamber welcomes announcement that drive-thru Covid-19 testing centre to open at Shannon Airport Twitterlast_img read more

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first_img Facebook NPHET ‘positive’ on easing restrictions – Donnelly By News Highland – February 18, 2013 LUH system challenged by however, work to reduce risk to patients ongoing – Dr Hamilton Twitter Google+ Google+ Twitter A new ‘report card’ has found the government isn’t doing enough to help children suffering from child poverty.The report by the Children’s Rights Alliance – a coalition of more than 100 organisations – gave the government an F grade and they say the problem is getting worse.Tanya Ward is from the Alliance.She says the worst performing areas were child poverty and health because of the delay in the Children’s Hospital and primary health care centres.She says the cuts to child benefit in the December budget have not helped.”The problem with that cut was that most of that money was not redirected into children’s services” she said.”They need to make sure that child benefit does remain universal – but if they’re going to cut the benefit payment, they need to re-direct it into child care services, and a second-tier payment for families who are really suffering on the breadline” she added. Pinterest Guidelines for reopening of hospitality sector published Facebookcenter_img News Help sought in search for missing 27 year old in Letterkenny Pinterest WhatsApp Government gets F grade for child poverty Calls for maternity restrictions to be lifted at LUH Three factors driving Donegal housing market – Robinson RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR WhatsApp Previous article1000s expected for Dublin protestNext articleMinister says leeway critical on promissory note deal News Highland last_img read more

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first_img Written by Tags: Roundup December 5, 2019 /Sports News – Local Prep Sports Roundup: 12/5 FacebookTwitterLinkedInEmailBoys BasketballRegion 20PANGUITCH, Utah-Kelby Jessen netted 25 points and the Piute Thunderbirds downed Panguitch 41-35 in Region 20 boys basketball action Thursday. Kyler Bennett, Paxton Wolfley and Ryker Hatch had 10 points apiece in the loss for the Bobcats.ORDERVILLE, Utah-Gavin Hoyt posted 28 points and the Valley Buffaloes routed Water Canyon 73-56 Thursday in Region 20 boys basketball action. Joseph Jessop’s 25 points led the Wildcats in defeat.HURRICANE, Utah-The Milford Tigers got past Diamond Ranch 61-57 Thursday in Region 20 boys basketball action.Bear River Winter ClassicGARLAND, Utah-The South Summit Wildcats routed the North Sanpete Hawks 64-43 Thursday at the Bear River Winter Classic.ProLook ShootoutOREM, Utah-Caleb Lohner posted 30 points as the Wasatch Academy Tigers clobbered the Queen Creek (Ariz.) Bulldogs 107-49 Thursday at the ProLook Shootout at Orem High School.Non-RegionSPANISH FORK, Utah-Hunter McGuire and Zac Argyle had 14 points apiece and the Spanish Fork Dons pounded Millard 73-39 Thursday in non-region boys basketball action. Kael Myers had 11 points in the loss for the Eagles.Girls BasketballDesert Hills Holiday ClassicST. GEORGE, Utah-Amber Kartchner netted 18 points and the Logan Grizzlies edged Richfield 47-45 Thursday at the Desert Hills Holiday Classic at Desert Hills High School. Jarica Steck’s 11 points led the Wildcats in defeat.Dixie TournamentST. GEORGE, Utah-Jasmin Rangel and Taylor Chidester had 10 points apiece as the Manti Templars smacked South Summit 48-25 at the Dixie Tournament at Dixie High School Thursday.Shannon Johnson TournamentVERNAL, Utah-Nataly Dunka netted 25 points and the Wasatch Academy Tigers pounded Millard 45-29 Thursday at the Shannon Johnson Tournament at Uintah High School. Kobree Penney had 16 points in defeat for the Eagles.Non-RegionDELTA, Utah-Ashlyn Banks led the way with 18 points and the Canyon View Falcons edged Delta 41-39 in non-region girls basketball action Thursday at the Palladium.DRAPER, Utah-Riley Bluth stepped up with 12 points and the Draper APA Eagles downed Gunnison Valley 32-28 Thursday in non-region girls basketball action. Kennedi Knudsen had 10 points in the loss for the Bulldogs.MT. PLEASANT, Utah-The Parowan Rams decimated North Sanpete 55-30 in non-region girls basketball action Thursday.NEPHI, Utah-Hannah Anderson posted 14 points as the Stansbury Stallions got past Juab 38-33 in non-region girls basketball action Thursday. Willow Kay had 7 points for the Wasps in the loss.WrestlingRegion 14MANTI, Utah-The top-ranked Juab Wasps dominated Manti 74-3 in a Region 14 dual Thursday night. The Wasps recorded nine pins in the rout with Ben Nielson, Cooper Ford, Ryler Blackett, Chase Ingram, Wyatt Holdaway, Cade Bowring, Will Harmon, Rylan Watts, and Blake Mangelson.Non-RegionFILLMORE, Utah-The Millard Eagles recorded nine pins as they routed Gunnison Valley 68-6 in a non-region dual Thursday. The Eagles got pins from Camden Moat, Hector Martinez, Mark Roman, Mack Bray, Dylan Rees, Josh Whitaker, KC Whitaker, Jed DeGraffenreid, and John Whitaker. The Bulldogs lone points came from a pin by Carson Peterson. Brad Jameslast_img read more

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first_img Categories: Miller News,News State Rep. Aaron Miller today announced the village of Marcellus will receive a grant from the Michigan Department of Environmental Quality to improve its storm water and wastewater capabilities.Miller, of Sturgis, said the DEQ grants money to local communities to assist in the planning, design and testing of storm water and wastewater facilities. A local 10 percent match is required for the first $1 million in project costs.“In addition to many other obligations, local governments are the stewards of protecting our environment, and grants such as this enable them to properly manage storm water and wastewater,” Miller said. “Maintaining water systems is vital to public health, and I am pleased Marcellus has qualified for a grant that will enable the village to achieve that goal.”The $427,500 grant for Marcellus will be used to develop a wastewater and storm water asset management plan to provide better cost effectiveness in managing its water system while maintaining a quality level of service. Collectively the statewide grant awards total $64 million for 80 communities.##### 09Jan Rep. Miller announces grant for Marcellus water managementlast_img read more

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