Ireland’s Chief Medical Officer Dr Tony Holohan is not happy with how the Irish people are behaving and the way they’re conducting themselves.
Holohan said that very small changes in socialisation would have a big effect on reducing infection numbers and that we need to dial socialising back fast.
NPHET says that it remains hopeful that a collective change from the people of Ireland will change things
People have failed to listen to us about reducing their levels of socialising with people, Holohan claims.
NPHET says that people need to be mindful of their plans and to have smaller numbers of people around to their homes than they’re having at the moment.
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