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The main stories making the headlines across Cork
A public health expert says by only tracing 48 hours of contacts for those infected with Covid-19, we're trying to fight the pandemic "with our eyes shut".
The HSE has spent over 126 million euro on laboratory analysis of Covid-19 samples during the first six months of the outbreak here.
Government Ministers are reportedly considering allowing pubs to open after level 5, as long as they shut by 10pm.
The Dail's expected to debate the collapse in CervicalCheck talks on Tuesday.
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Post mortems will be carried out in the coming days on the bodies of two men found in Waterford city
One man was discovered dead when gardai were called to a hostel on Bath Street at a quarter to 5 yesterday evening
Five Teenagers Taken To Cork University Hospital Following Serious Collision Last Night
Emergency Services were called to the scene of a single vehicle collision on the Bog Road between Redbarn Cross and the Youghal Road Junction at around 9:25pm.
The Shop That Sold Winning €10.7 Million National Lottery Jackpot Has Been Revealed
The lucky winner bought their ticket at the Spar in Mount Oval Village in Rochestown.
Michael O'Leary Reassuring People That Ryanair Bases At Cork And Shannon Will Reopen
The bases were closed for winter, resulting in 135 people being laid off.
Section of the R633 Ladysbridge to Ballymacoda Road Remains Closed Following Serious Collision
The road is closed at the Bog Road this morning following a serious crash last night.
Minister Of State For European Affairs Says Draft Brexit Trade Agreement Is Currently In Place
British and EU negotiators will continue talks in London today, with less than four weeks to go until the transition period ends.