Top from left: Dr John Cuddihy, Director of the Health Protection Surveillance Centre; Dr Tony Holohan, Chief Medical Officer of the Department of Health; and Dr Ronan Glynn, Deputy Chief Medical Officer of the Department of Health at the Department of health, Baggot Street, Dublin 2
Chief Medical Officer Dr Tony Holohan told RTÉ News that the individual [who travelled through Dublin Airport on her way home to Northern Ireland from northern Italy]. who was infected came forward and followed the instructions given by health authorities.
The individual followed advice in reporting concerns to a GP and “self isolated” at home whilst awaiting the results of testing.
He said the HSE was contacting people who sat within two rows of the person on the plane and any staff who had direct contact with the woman.
Last night: Everybody Stay Cool
Not releasing the flight number & so not empowering the muckety-mucks with information. This is insider Ireland at its most naked. The closed information shop. Their little power circle. The rotten loop. You might understand if they were competent. Now they’re messing with lives.
— Declan Ganley (@declanganley) February 28, 2020