Archive for March 20th, 2020

Bishops Issue Recommendations Regarding Funerals During COVID-19 Crisis

Bishops Issue Recommendations Regarding Funerals During COVID-19 Crisis

March 20, 2020 at 3:06 pm Comments are Disabled

BISHOPS in the Munster area have recommended¬†that all Catholic funeral liturgies in the dioceses be limited to the funeral Mass with no removal to the church the night before. They also say it is essential that in anointing the sick, the priest should use a cotton bud or surgical glove […]

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Tralee Chamber Alliance Says Radical Decisions Needed To Support Businesses

Tralee Chamber Alliance Says Radical Decisions Needed To Support Businesses

March 20, 2020 at 2:37 pm 1 comment

TRALEE Chamber Alliance has called for trust and calm as brave and radical decisions need to be made to support businesses through the COVID-19 crisis. Tralee Chamber in conjunction with its national organisation, Chambers Ireland, have been collaborating with State bodies and Government, to support the needs of the businesses […]

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Call For People With Asthma In Kerry Not To Stockpile Medicines

Call For People With Asthma In Kerry Not To Stockpile Medicines

March 20, 2020 at 10:51 am Comments are Disabled

THE Asthma Society of Ireland is calling on the 11,204 people with asthma and the 16,248 people with COPD (Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease) in Kerry¬†to refrain from stockpiling their medications during the Coronavirus pandemic. The Society is assuring the 380,000 people who have asthma in Ireland, and the 500,000 people […]

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Banks And Cara Credit Union Introduce Special Hour For Vulnerable And Elderly

Banks And Cara Credit Union Introduce Special Hour For Vulnerable And Elderly

March 20, 2020 at 9:13 am Comments are Disabled

BANKS in Tralee and Cara Credit Union have introduced priority banking hours for the elderly and vulnerable. In AIB they are asking elderly and vulnerable customers to visit before 11am each morning and for other customers to come later that day to do their banking. To maintain social distancing, they […]

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