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Coronavirus: advice to stop the spread. Extra restrictions are in place for Kildare, Laois and Offaly
our health service
Figures from the HSE show that there have been one million downloads of the COVID Tracker App since it went live less than 48 hours ago
Minister for Health, Stephen Donnelly TD, Paul Reid, CEO, HSE, Dr Ronan Glynn, Acting Chief Medical Officer, Department of Health and Dr Sarah Doyle, Specialist in Public Health Medicine, HSE HPSC, launch the COVID Tracker App.
Healthy Ireland, HSE, and the Construction Industry Federation are joining forces to urge outdoor workers to follow the 5S’s of skin protection.
Today, Thursday, 2nd July, the HSE is issuing reminder letters to people who have been invited to participate in theStu dy to Investigate COVID-19 Infection in People Living in Ireland (SCOPI).
The HSE are in the process of rolling out Attend Anywhere nationally across the Republic of Ireland.
During the current Covid-19 Pandemic video conferencing has enabled clinicians to support patient’s/service users online. The HSE is now using Attend Anywhere a web based video conferencing tool to provide video consultations to patient’s/service users through virtual clinics known as ‘waiting rooms’.
As the country reopens, contact tracing and the early identification of symptoms will become increasingly important as more people are visiting family and friends, exercising, socialising, shopping, returning to work and using public transport.
The rehabilitation team have developed a short video of a patient’s time spent in our inpatient rehabilitation service at St. Joseph’s Hospital
Opening Statement by Dr Colm Henry, Chief Clinical Officer, HSE on Thursday 25 June 2020
Opening Statement by Paul Reid, Chief Executive Officer, HSE on Thursday 18 June 2020
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