Top four things you need to know – Friday July 23rd

The Taoiseach Micheal Martin is on an official visit to the city today where he will conduct a number of engagements

The first of his appointments is at the Crawford Art Gallery this morning


There are plans for a revamp of Páirc Uí Chaoimh stadium.

The board has applied for planning permission to improve the public offering at the stadium.

The plans include a new GAA museum, visitor experience centre and a ground floor cafe.


The HSE says it expects Covid-19 cases to reach 2,000 a day in the next week to 10 days.

1,189 were confirmed yesterday and cases are growing at 6 per cent a day.

The European Medicines Agency is expected to authorise a second Covid-19 vaccine for children today.


Today will be the final full day of the current heatwave with temperatures to reach close to 30 degrees again.

A status yellow alert for Cork will run until tomorrow morning.

Conditions over the weekend are still to be good, however it won’t be as hot as in recent days.

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