From top: Minister for health Stephen Donnelly and Chief Medical officer Tony Holohan

This afternoon.

Government Buildings, Merrion Street, Dublin 2.

More as we get it.

Where is your mask(s)?


NPHET has said that the powers available under public health laws need to be fully and visibly utilised, RTÉ News has learned.

While the letter to Government does not specifically reference the Garda, it calls for a renewed commitment to enforcement of regulations.


Govt party leaders meet Holohan over NHPET recommendation (RTÉ)

Earlier: On The Level

What’s Going On?


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23 thoughts on “High Noon

          1. Charger Salmons

            Yes Bodger, EXPLAIN YOURSELF !
            Jesus H.Christ lads it’s only an internet forum and not the Spanish Inquisition.
            Have we become a nation of pecksniffian prodnoses ?

          2. Charger Salmons

            Given the widespread prevalence of Covid-19 in Ireland’s meat processing plants I’d be less inclined to offer opinions on the contents of Blighty’s pies if I was you Ginger.

    1. theo kretschmar schuldorff

      He doesn’t have to wear a mask if he’s holding his breath. Which he clearly is.

      1. Micko

        Well, surely the obvious answer is that he doesn’t need to wear one outside.

        That advice must be gone out the window of course – judging by the amount of muppets I see wearing them outside, alone in the car, walking down the street virtue signalling while hand in hand with their partner etc.

      1. ce

        haha – too true. Can’t wait for the next time John Waters or Gemma O’Doherty try to go to the Supreme Court, what could possible go wrong…

  1. Johnnythree

    Stephen Donnelly currently feeling feverish at 14.21pm on his second nappy with unbearable bowel cramping, wishing he was in a little office beside Catherine. Holohan barking orders. Varadkar sipping a soy latte scrolling Insta.

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