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Tipperary
Tuesday, August 11, 2020
Announcement
South Tipperary General Hospital has today recorded second highest number of people waiting for a bed outside of Dublin. According to INMO's trolley watch figures for today twenty seven have been on trolleys waiting for beds. Outside of the capital only...
A project on dementia which was piloted in Co. Tipperary has secured enough funding to bring it into the mainstream provision of services.  Known as Five Steps to Living Well with Dementia, the project aimed to develop models of...
A mental health and well-being initiative to support people throughout the Covid-19 crisis has been launched by the Health Minister today. The new Together campaign is designed to offer support and resources to help...
All TDs throughout Co. Tipperary are to be asked to give their support to a campaign to prevent the loss of one of two ambulances that serve Cashel. Plans are said to be underway to remove one of the town's...
70% of the older people who have been contacting the Alone help and support line are living on their own, with nearly two-thirds of these callers aged 70 or over. According to the organisation...
Independent TD Mattie McGrath has described last night's meeting regarding the high number of people on trolleys in South Tipperary General Hospital as both "stark" and "poignant". Deputy McGrath organised the meeting in response to complaints he has received regarding...
The Health Minister is being urged to explore the possibility of using Our Lady’s Hospital in Cashel to locate an isolation unit in Co Tipperary, if the Covid-19 virus were to be detected locally.
The Taoiseach Leo Varadkar has reiterated that the ban on indoor gatherings of more than 100 people applies to pubs and clubs. The Taoiseach tweeted the warning after social media posts over the weekend...
41 people diagnosed with Covid-19 in Ireland have died bringing the total number of deaths here to 406. The latest data provided by the HPSC shows that of those who have passed away, 16...
The Health Service Executive (HSE) is being asked to explain why it withdrew hospital transport services from two men recently. Cllr. Martin Browne has drawn attention to the cases of the two men - one a double amputee and the...