The Top Four Things You Need To Know Now
The main stories making the headlines across Cork
The Health Minister has tested negative for Covid-19.
Stephen Donnelly started to feel sick yesterday afternoon and was tested for the virus.
A leading health expert claims it will be impossible to significantly reduce the number of Covid-19 cases without 'dramatic restrictions'.
There are still 39 active clusters of Covid-19 in nursing homes, in areas of high community transmission.
The Incoming Tour Operators Association says plans for international travel are coming 'too little, too late.'
An EU-wide Traffic Light system is reportedly set to be introduced on October 13th, but the ITOA says the current season will be gone by then.
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Further Meetings To Take Place Around The Operation Of The Wage Subsidy Scheme At Aer Lingus
They will take place later in the week
Taxi Drivers Say Their Voices Are The Last To Be Heard When It Comes To Transport
Up to 500 taxi drivers staged a demonstration in the city this morning
Debenhams Workers Occupying Waterford Store Say They Will Stay For As Long As Possible
They entered the store this morning
Bus Eireann Looking At Cutting Dublin To Cork Route Due To Financial Impact Of Covid-19
They are looking at cutting a number of routes
UCC Student Union Defends Virtual Freshers Week
They say all events are in full compliance with public health guidelines
The Mortgage Payment Break Scheme Will Not Be Extended
Banks will continue offering payment breaks on a case by case basis only