Over 300 People Offer Accommodation For Ukrainian Refugees In Tipp

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336 people in County Tipperary are pledging accommodation to help Ukrainian Refugees.

That’s according to the Irish Red Cross who with the support of the government have set up a website for people wanting to provide a spare room or home.

Details can be found at the website registerofpledges.redcross.ie.

The Irish Red Cross is now working to organise accommodation for Ukrainian refugees expected to arrive in Ireland over the coming days and weeks.

Those making offers of accommodation are advised that not all offers may be called upon in the immediate term and the situation will evolve over time.

There are estimates that Ireland might accept over 80,000 refugees.

The government is giving refugees immediate PPN numbers, medical cards and the right to work for at least the next 3 years.