Category Archives: Covid19

New Models for the Post Covid19 World

There’s great talk in the media about how after Covid19 nothing will be the same – that we will have the opportunity to rethink our world. This is of course absolute nonsense. The commercial rush to return to normality is … Continue reading

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How Ireland Can Return to Post Covid19 Normality

Listening to Michael McGrath (FF Finance) this morning he was asked whether his party, if in government, would make face masks mandatory in enclosed spaces such as transport and shops. His answer was interesting. He said that his thinking is … Continue reading

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Medical Advice on Lockdown

Most governments, perhaps excluding the USA, have been at pains to emphasize their adherence to medical advice. Who can blame the politicos for wanting to avoid taking the blame for thousands of deaths and a destroyed economy! But my personal … Continue reading

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Personal Responsibility in the Next Phase of the Covid19 Pandemic

There has rightly been huge emphasis placed upon individual Irish citizens responsibility in overcoming the Covid19 threat. The consistent message has been, reduce the number of infections by total compliance with the social distancing, cocooning, hand washing, etc. And following … Continue reading

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