‘Tested Positive’

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This evening.

“Like so many other people in Ireland, I tested positive, but I was in the very fortunate position to have a very unintrusive experience, which I now have come to the end of.

“While I’ve been at home watching television and listening to the radio, I have been bowled over by the extraordinary work of our front line heroes and their families who continue to make Ireland a healthier and safer place.

“I look forward to being back to work really soon.”

Ryan Tubridy

Ryan Tubridy tests positive for Covid-19 (RTÉ)

Previously: ‘Persistant Cough’

Meanwhile….

That’s one unlucky agent.

WHO will be next?

Talent (NK Management)

27 thoughts on “‘Tested Positive’

    1. Nicelives

      Completely, there is so little testing for people without underlying health conditions or being a HSE worker, it’s frustrating when some of us are just isolating at home trying the breath. I’m happy to pay for a test at this stage if that’s the route these we’ll known figures are going.

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      1. Slightly Bemused

        Much more likely they were in the batch under the original terms for getting tested, which was anyone who reported the symptoms was reported for testing. The HSE did say they would continue for everyone who had swabs taken.

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      1. Cú Chulainn

        What’s the chance that’s where it got it..? That would explain why it’s rampant in nursing homes and medical facilities.. some health care worker has been spreading it.. has to be..

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    1. GiggidyGoo

      Odd that Varadkar hasn’t proclaimed he has it. Usually see the way the wind is blowing and jumps on the bandwagon.

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  1. Eamonn Clancy

    Cant stand the way Bowers tries to mask his Dublin accent, putting Th’s and ing’s all over the place. And as for his murdering of “scenario” into senerio…has this guy ever listened back to his reports?

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  2. some old queen

    I obviously don’t have enough money to catch this thing.

    North Louth / south Armagh must be riddled with it so.

    Can it be transferred by Botox injections?

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          1. scottser

            He’s protecting himself by kitting out in a full sized prophylactic sheath, like the giant langer he is

  3. Shayna

    Has anyone been to Croke Park, of late – testing etc? As a future Prez of The GAA -GAA Clubs can do more?

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