With almost 20,000 cases in the last fortnight, incidence of #COVID19 is increasing.
However, there is much we can do to protect ourselves & one another; get vaccinated; isolate & get tested if symptomatic (even if vaccinated); wear a mask; meet outdoors; ventilate indoor spaces pic.twitter.com/6UQ26QQJMl
— Dr Ronan Glynn (@ronan_glynn) October 15, 2021
Via RTÉ News:
The Deputy Chief Medical Officer has advised people to work from home where possible as Ireland moves into the autumn and winter period.
Dr Ronan Glynn said that with “vast parts of society open” people are now mixing and interacting on a scale “far greater than at any point in the pandemic to date”.
“So let’s continue to wash our hands regularly, let’s ensure that we don’t meet up with other people and socialise if we’ve got symptoms, and let’s work from home where possible over this Autumn and Winter.”