Cork Simon Says It's A Challenge To Balance Demand For Their Service And Social Distancing

The charity say they've had to change their operations to ensure that social distancing measures can be implemented. 


It means fewer people in common spaces at any one time. 

Under the current guidelines people are asked to stay two metres apart, however prior to COVID19 Cork Simon say they were operating at capacity.

Speaking to RedFM News Paul Sheehan of Cork Simon admitted it has been a struggle, but they're managing operations to ensure people stay apart:

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