Deputy Chief Medical Officer, Department of Health, Dr Ronan Glynn
Taoiseach Micheál Martin has said he will not speculate beyond what he has already said on whether restrictions will continue after April 5. He was responding to indications from Dr Ronan Glynn that restrictions may remain in place for some months. @rtenews pic.twitter.com/YfWdfqaz3X
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“The plan is to proceed very cautiously on the basis of the data that’s in front of us, for as long as it takes. I’m hopeful that as we move into June, as those who have been most vulnerable are fully vaccinated and as we roll out millions of doses of vaccine to adults, that we’ll be in a far, far brighter and better position than we are at the moment.”
Dr Ronan Glynn last night.
“We do understand and get it that people are fed up…
“I am not going to speculate, but we will give people clear indications in advance of April 5th as to how we see April panning out and I don’t believe in speculating beyond that.”
Taoiseach Micheal Martin.