Monthly Archives: May 2021

Grangegorman Histories launches Grangegorman Lives

Our new series will explore the lives of people who lived, worked, visited, travelled to and through Grangegorman. Source: Grangegorman Histories launches Grangegorman Lives

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Far and Wide the COVID-19 virus is spreading. Baillieu Islands Northern Brazil have been ravaged by the virus and teams in boats carrying Astra Zeneca (Oxford) are ensuring that the virus is contained even in such a remote location. Check out John Hopkins in the following link.

https://coronavirus.jhu.edu/map.html

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India: 1st May 2021 – mutations are a warning sign to people in Ireland who are about to leave their third severe LOCKDOWN: the temptations now that our elderly have had their vaccines is to let the guard down ie those restrictions that keep us physically distanced, washing our hands regularly, wearing masks, remain essential too. COVID-19; that virus is virulent to conquer and in its armoury are mutations and variants which emerge when least expected. While we were at our worst in January, India was moving towards “normality”; they returned to parliamentary talks, gatherings, marriages and their major public holiday drew in the crowds minus a lot of the necessary precautions. Today 400,000+ cases have presented and the figure is rising. The tragedy is beyond comprehension. India is the “Pharmacy of the World” and it is the largest producer of vaccines in the world; its population is 18% of the world population. Ireland: We need to learn by looking beyond our own media. We need to use technology to access people like Dr Mike Ryan, WHO; Dr Fauci in the US and so many more. Pandemic applies to the people of the world. We need to be prepared and able. “Vaccination: Advice of Jeremy Farrar “We have to do it before summer…”

DER Spiegel You will find my tweets : @canisgallicus This article is written on the 5th January and it is a warning so this makes it more essential for people in Ireland to engage and be prepared. Jeremy Farrar on … Continue reading

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