Things are going to get worse before they better, that’s the lasting impression that the government has given the Irish public and we all need to come together.
Speaking about whether the lockdown measures will be finished by Easter Sunday, the Taoiseach Leo Varadkar said during a coronavorus briefing in Dublin that it all depended on what happens over the next number of weeks.
He said that the government are trying to get their hands on more emergency supplies that are closer to home but will put the first Chinese supplies into immediate use.
Varadkar was asked about the current ‘stay at home’ conditions where he said that he will not be going on television telling people that they can go outside again. He said that things just won’t go back to the way they were on March 11th.
He went on to say that the situation will be monitored and that it will depend on trends. Many analysts believe that going by what Varadkar said, the ‘stay at home’ restrictions may go on for another four to five weeks.
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