Public Health Measures
Ireland is currently at Level 3.
You can see the measures in place from 1st December here.
You can see the measures in place from 18th December here.
You can see the quick guide to the Christmas changes here.
Irish Sign Language (ISL) videos on Self-isolation and Restricted Movements
You can watch the ISL self-isolation (stay in your room) video here, the restricted movements (stay at home) video here and self-isolation, restricted movements and the differences between them video here.
These videos, along with other resources, are all available on the COVID-19 Deaf and Hard of Hearing Communications Resources page.
Information leaflet for new Traveller mothers
The HSE and Pavee Point have developed a leaflet for new mothers about COVID-19 and how to protect themselves and their babies, and what to do if they have symptoms. The ‘Information for Pavee Mothers and Babies’ leaflet is available here.
HSE and Age Action launch older-age friendly guide to COVID Tracker App
On Tuesday, 8th December 2020, the HSE and Age Action Ireland launched an older-age friendly guide – How to Use the COVID Tracker App. The guide is part of Age Action Ireland’s Getting Started KIT which supports learning and the use of technology and digital services. People can also contact Age Action Ireland by phone on 01 873 0372 and they will post a free copy of the guide.
Age Action Ireland worked with the HSE to develop this resource specifically for older people who need some help with online activities so they can use the App as part of the response to the COVID-19 pandemic.
Public Health Information
As always, for the most up to date information and advice on Coronavirus, please go to: https://www2.hse.ie/coronavirus/ and https://www.hpsc.ie/a-z/respiratory/coronavirus/novelcoronavirus/. Clinical and professional guidance relating to COVID-19 is available on www.hpsc.ie where you’ll find up to date guidance for healthcare settings and non-clinical settings.
Please check here for the most up to date partner resources for COVID-19.
Please also check the Healthy Ireland site here with further resources and information on the Keep Well campaign.
You can view the latest information on how Ireland is responding to cases of COVID-19 here.
Ireland’s COVID-19 Data Hub is available here.