Category Archives: lockdown

Pandemic Fatigue breaks out in Ireland. And it’s all the government’s fault!

It appears that much of Europe is struggling to contain the Coronavirus. Countries that did well in the Spring are heading back into lockdown. Last night here in Ireland we heard the official confirmation of what had been an open … Continue reading

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The Strange Tale of the Jacket and the Car Keys

This week Marie and I managed to fit in a road trip to West Cork just before the seemingly inevitable second Covid19 lockdown. On Wednesday we met up with our friend Ann in Quills car park and drove in convoy … 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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