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HSE 'will have capacity' for 4,500 virus tests per day

The head of the Health Service Executive has said that Irish laboratories will have the capacity to carry out 4,500 Covid-19 tests per day, but that this will be dependent on the availability of the testing reagent.

Four held over murder of Dublin criminal in Belfast

Four men are being questioned by the PSNI in connection with the murder of a Dublin criminal in Belfast yesterday morning.

Latest updates on Covid-19 pandemic

Follow the latest national and international updates on the coronavirus outbreak.

What will the world look like after Covid-19?

One day, the battle against the novel coronavirus will be won, but it could reshape society and politics. There are many areas it could impact.

Covid-19 clusters in nursing homes rise to 50

The number of clusters of Covid-19 in nursing homes around the country has risen by 10 in just one day.

Trump warns of 'very horrendous' number of virus deaths

President Donald Trump has warned Americans to brace for a "very horrendous" number of coronavirus deaths in the coming days.

Could team of Independents form part of next govt?

The clock is finally ticking down on this caretaker Government. This week the pace and timing of the process in forming a new government, now largely in the hands of Fine Gael, became much clearer.

Chinese human rights lawyer released after five years

A leading Chinese human rights lawyer has been released from prison after almost five years behind bars, his wife said Sunday.

Mayo student running marathon to raise funds for PPE

A Mayo student has started to run a marathon in his garden to raise funds to purchase personal protective equipment for frontline healthcare workers.

Hospitals fighting Covid-19 'at risk of cyber attack'

Cybercriminals are exploiting the coronavirus crisis and threatening to hold hospitals to ransom despite the life-saving work they are carrying out, Interpol has warned.

Public sunbathing banned in UK lockdown

One London park has been forced to close after thousands of people ignored "stay-at-home" guidance and enjoyed the sunshine or met friends.

Greece quarantines second camp due to Covid-19 case

Greece has quarantined a second migrant facility on its mainland after a 53-year-old man tested positive for Covid-19, the migration ministry said.

SuperValu beef wrongly labelled as Azerbaijan product

SuperValu has said "a labelling mistake" meant that some beef products in its stores were wrongly labelled as having been a product of Azerbaijan.

Global economic turmoil is different this time around

This week we got a first glimpse of the impact Covid-19 is likely to have on our economy.

China reports increase in coronavirus cases

China reported 30 new Covid-19 cases on yesterday- up from 19 cases reported the previous day.

PFA warns 30% wage cut could harm UK health service

The union representing Premier League footballers has questioned the call for a 30% player wage reduction amid the coronavirus crisis, saying it would reduce tax revenue for the UK's National Health Service.

The hair necessities - DIY cuts making a comeback

Slick and shambolic home haircuts are making a comeback, writes Cian McCormack.

People urged to continue Covid-19 compliance

People have been urged to continue to comply with guidelines designed to stop the spread of coronavirus.

Pope celebrates Palm Sunday mass behind closed doors

Pope Francis has begun the first of several Holy Week ceremonies that will be held behind closed doors this year because of the coronavirus pandemic.

Three arrested as €140,000 worth of drugs seized

Two men and a woman were arrested following the seizure of €140,000 worth of drugs were seized in Dublin yesterday.