The top four things you need to know – Monday October 18th

NPHET will meet today to advise the government on the further easing of Covid-19 restriction this Friday.

So-called ‘Freedom Day’ would see many of the last remaining rules lifted, such as limits on large gatherings and night-time openings for pubs and nightclubs.

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12 pop up clinics are being opened for students at colleges today so they can receive their second vaccine.

Here in Cork there will be clinics will at Munster Technological University and University College Cork.

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An IT company has announced 40 new jobs at its new headquarters in Cork.

Aspira’s new office is being officially opened by Taoiseach Micheal Martin at Penrose Dock in the city today.

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A primary school in the city centre says some parents and children have nearly been hit by cars while trying to use a pedestrian crossing outside the school.

Parents and students at Cork Educate Together National School on Gratton Street say they have had several near misses at the pedestrian crossing on the one way street.


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