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"People getting taxis up North to go have a few drinks"

Hospital admissions and patients in ICU with Covid 19 are increasing, and the transmission rates ...

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18.36 12 Oct 2020


"People getting taxis up North to go have a few drinks"


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18.36 12 Oct 2020


Hospital admissions and patients in ICU with Covid 19 are increasing, and the transmission rates in border counties continue to be causing alarm.

Kieran spoke to Dr Ilona Duffy, a GP based in Monagahan, as well as Catherine Motherway, Consultant Anasethesiologist and Intensive Care Doctor in University of Limerick and former President of the Intensive Care Society of Ireland. 

They discussed whether alarm bells are ringing for those working at the coal face in Intensive Care, and how local communities are coping with transmission of the virus.


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Cases Catherine Motherway Covid-19 Hospital Admissions ICU Ilona Duffy Monaghan Northern Ireland

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