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Today, Tuesday, 8th December 2020, the HSE and Age Action Ireland are launching an older-age friendly guide – How to Use the COVID Tracker App.
As Ireland transitions to level three from five this week, the HSE/South East Community Healthcare (SECH) is urging people to continue taking precautions in relation to transmissions of Covid-19.
New guide with useful tips on staying active and healthy
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A new report has highlighted the positive impact of an innovative stroke day programme available across Kerry.The Kerry Stroke Day Service began as a pilot project involving a collaboration between the HSE and two voluntary day centres.
An initiative began earlier this year to support pregnant women or a family member of theirs in the South East to quit smoking and is on target to surpass 500 referrals by the end of 2020.
The HSE’s hospital and community services Donegal County Council and an Garda Síochána are working together through emergency management structures to co-ordinate the community response to the ongoing COVID-19 crisis.
To mark International Men’s Day tomorrow (Thursday, 19th November), HSE Health and Wellbeing, together with the Men’s Health Forum in Ireland and the National Centre for Men’s Health in IT Carlow, is hosting a free webinar.
The HSE, Waterford City and County Council and the Gardai are appealing to people locally to redouble their efforts to drive down transmissions of Covid-19.