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There have been 285 confirmed cases of Covid-19 in the Monaghan local electoral area in the period between August 31st and September 13th, according to the Health Protection Surveillance Centre.

Monaghan town and its environs has the highest incidence of Covid-19 in the country, according to the latest figures. Monaghan local authority area ((...)

Thursday’s numbers show that all of the top 10 most problematic LEAs were in the Border region. Photograph: Geert Vanden Wijngaert/Bloomberg

The average rate of Covid-19 infection across Ireland has fallen by 14 per cent in the last two weeks, according to latest data, but problems remain f(...)

More than 280,000 teens will be eligible for the Pfizer vaccine. Photograph: Ahmad Gharabli/AFP via Getty

A further 1,501 cases of Covid-19 were reported in the State on Friday as chief medical officer Dr Tony Holohan said Ireland was approaching a “turnin(...)

Carndonagh in Co Donegal continues to have the highest levels of Covid-19 infection in the State. File photograph: Alan Betson/The Irish Times

Carndonagh in Co Donegal continues to have the highest levels of Covid-19 infection in the State. The latest Covid-19 infection data based on local e(...)

The national incidence of Covid-19 during the recorded 14 day period stands at 245 cases per 100,000 people. In one Donegal ward it was the equivalent of  1,975 infections per 100,000. File photograph: Alan Betson / The Irish Times

The highest rate of Covid-19 in a local area has nearly doubled in the last week, with a number of localities in Co Donegal again recording particular(...)

Buncrana in Co Donegal has recently recorded a rate of Covid-19 seven times the national average, according to official figures. File photograph: Getty Images

Buncrana in Co Donegal has recently recorded a rate of Covid-19 seven times the national average, according to official figures released on Thursday. (...)

Malin Head on the Inishowen peninsula. Photograph: Getty images

I live on an almost island. A once-upon-a-time island. Not an island, really. We are only partially surrounded, with water on three sides but not all (...)

Homeowners from Donegal, Mayo and Clare protest at the Convention Centre in Dublin seeking 100 per cent redress over the mica issue. Photograph: Tom Honan for The Irish Times

Blink and you would have missed it in the waving forest of placards and flags. A plastic bag attached to a tube with green and yellow electrical tape(...)

The HSE mobile walk-in Covid-19 test centre in Balbriggan: the pop-up walk-in test centres, which started in March, show that  easy availability of testing eases people’s concerns. Photograph: Alan Betson

The HSE is planning to allow the public in some areas to refer themselves for Covid-19 tests online to make it easier for younger people in infection (...)

 Stephen Donnelly:  in August  he takes bronze in the trampoline at the  Olympics in Japan

Time to take our crystal bauble down from the soon-to-be-mulched tree and take a sneak preview at what lies ahead in 2021. JANUARY – It quickly becom(...)

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