Entire Irish cabinet to self isolate after Health Minister goes through tests for coronavirus

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    Minister for Health Stephen Donnelly

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    The whole cabinet in the Republic of Ireland will self-isolate, with the Health Minister having tests for coronavirus.

    The Irish parliament (Dáil) has actually been adjourned after Stephen Donnelly ended up being weak.

    It begins the basis of recommendations from the Acting Chief Medical Officer, Dr Ronan Glynn, following today’s Cabinet conference, the Independent.ie reported.

    Seán Ó Fearghaíl, the Ceann Comhairle, made the statement today stating: ‘I have extremely major details.

    ‘I’m informed that developing out of occasions today, the Cabinet need to now self-isolate.

    ‘Therefore the possibility of continuing with organization does not occur and your home stands adjourned, I believe, till Tuesday next.

    Dr Ronan Glynn, Minister for Health Stephen Donnelly, Tanaiste Leo Varadkar and Taoiseach Micheal Martin TD

    Dr Ronan Glynn, Minister for Health Stephen Donnelly, Tanaiste Leo Varadkar and Taoiseach Micheal Martin TD (Picture: PA)

    ‘Or until I’m directed by the Taoiseach to reconvene your home. So Dail adjourned till additional notification.’

    A Government representative stated: ‘The Minister called his GP and he has actually been referred for a Covid-19 test.

    ‘He has gone home and will restrict his movements.’

    The paper reported that 2 other ministers are self-isolating while waiting for a test for either themselves or a member of their home.

    Europe Minister Thomas Byrne informed a Brexit organization instruction by means of video link that he had actually established a small cough the other day.

    Meanwhile, Eamon Ryan, the Green Party leader and Transport Minister, signed up with today’s cabinet conference from another location as a safety measure while waiting for a Covid-19 test for a member of his home.

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