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Wetherspoons replaces Heineken with Anheuser-Busch InBev as biggest beer supplier

The Times/The Sunday Times 30 Nov 2021
Wetherspoons, founded by Tim Martin in 1979, sells moderately priced ales, breakfasts, lunches and dinners. It has about 860 across the UK and Ireland ... .
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Decision on southern Africa travel ban expected today amid fears over new Covid variant

The Irish Times 26 Nov 2021
Why is Ireland worse off than most of western Europe? Fintan O’Toole. Why all the dithering on antigen testing in Ireland? URC games look set to be called off amid concerns for new Covid variant ... Northern Ireland’s chief medical officer, Michael McBride, said the emergence of the new variant was “undoubtedly a matter of concern”.
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‘We’re going to act quickly,’ says Leo Varadkar as concern increases over new Covid variant

The Irish Times 26 Nov 2021
Ireland is “going to act quickly,” Tánaiste Leo Varadkar has said as fears mount across Europe over a new variant of Covid-19 ... In Ireland, the Department of Foreign Affairs has updated its travel guidance and is now advising people to “avoid all non-essential travel” to South Africa.
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EU countries should ‘swiftly’ ban travel to countries affected by new Covid variant, commission says

The Irish Times 26 Nov 2021
There are no direct flights from South Africa to Ireland ... In Ireland, the Department of Foreign Affairs has updated its travel guidance and is now advising people to “avoid all non-essential travel” to South Africa ... Mr Varadkar said governments in the UK and Ireland had been slow to act on the Delta variant last year.
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EU countries should ‘swiftly’ ban travel to southern Africa, commission says

The Irish Times 26 Nov 2021
In Ireland, the Department of Foreign Affairs updated its travel guidance earlier on Friday to advise people to “avoid all non-essential travel” to South Africa. There are no direct flights from South Africa to Ireland ... Mr Varadkar said governments in the UK and Ireland had been slow to act on the Delta variant last year.
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New Covid variant ‘of concern’ to be called Omicron, WHO says

The Irish Times 26 Nov 2021
There are no direct flights from South Africa to Ireland ... Why is Ireland worse off than most of western Europe? Fintan O’Toole. Why all the dithering on antigen testing in Ireland? New Covid variant Q&A ... Earlier on Friday Tánaiste Leo Varadkar said Ireland is “going to act quickly”, as fears mounted across Europe over a new variant of Covid-19.
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Temperatures to drop ‘close to freezing’ this week

The Irish Times 23 Nov 2021
Speaking on Newstalk’s Breakfast show, Eimear Flood from Met Éireann explained there is high pressure over Ireland and a low pressure to the east over Europe at the moment, giving “northerly airflow” and “a very cold air mass” over the country. There will be “quite cold, but overall dry conditions for the next day or so” ... .
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Saudi Arabia’s Red Sea Project wins ESG award in London

Arab News 17 Nov 2021
The project was honored by the Chartered Governance Institute UK and Ireland’s 2021 Awards at a ceremony held in a London hotel. The awards, which were hosted by BBC Breakfast presenter and Strictly Come Dancing contestant Dan Walker, recognize those individuals, teams, projects ...
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England should take a leaf out of Ireland’s playbook when it comes to rugby's fame game

The Daily Telegraph 16 Nov 2021
Both England and Ireland were involved in high-profile autumn internationals against southern hemisphere superpowers last week, but only one of those countries seemed to really know it ... The same used to be true in Ireland, too, where the sport lagged behind Gaelic Football, hurling and soccer in popularity, outside of Munster at least.
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Government should roll out booster campaign faster, immunology expert says

The Irish Times 16 Nov 2021
Boosters would be “enormously effective” at weakening the link between case numbers and hospitalisations, he told Newstalk Breakfast. Prof Moynagh was also critical that Ireland was “very late to the game” when it came to supporting antigen testing, as the Government considers subsidising the rapid tests.
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Ministers discuss re-introducing earlier closing times for hospitality to curb Covid

The Irish Times 16 Nov 2021
Boosters would be “enormously effective” at weakening the link between case numbers and hospitalisations, he told Newstalk Breakfast. Prof Moynagh was also critical that Ireland was “very late to the game” when it came to supporting antigen testing, as the Government considers subsidising the rapid tests.
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Pubs and restaurants could see earlier closing times under plans being discussed by Ministers

The Irish Times 16 Nov 2021
Boosters would be “enormously effective” at weakening the link between case numbers and hospitalisations, he told Newstalk Breakfast. Prof Moynagh was also critical that Ireland was “very late to the game” when it came to supporting antigen testing, as the Government considers subsidising the rapid tests.
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Covid vaccine boosters for those with underlying conditions and over-50s confirmed

The Irish Times 16 Nov 2021
“In Ireland, we have already seen that booster doses given to those aged 80 years and older have been followed by a sharp decline in case numbers in that age group ... Why is Ireland worse off than most of western Europe? Fintan O’Toole ... Total doses distributed to Ireland Total doses administered in Ireland.
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Covid boosters for those with underlying conditions and the over-50s

The Irish Times 16 Nov 2021
“In Ireland, we have already seen that booster doses given to those aged 80 years and older have been followed by a sharp decline in case numbers in that age group ... Why is Ireland worse off than most of western Europe? Fintan O’Toole ... hospitalisations, he told Newstalk Breakfast.
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Covid vaccine boosters for those with underlying conditions and the over-50s

The Irish Times 16 Nov 2021
“In Ireland, we have already seen that booster doses given to those aged 80 years and older have been followed by a sharp decline in case numbers in that age group ... Why is Ireland worse off than most of western Europe? Fintan O’Toole ... hospitalisations, he told Newstalk Breakfast.
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