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# antigen tests

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'Huge increase' in antigen tests sold as Covid-19 cases rise again
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Some Genrui antigen tests recalled from shelves over false positives
Some government optimism about Covid-19 situation as decision over restrictions imminent
Isolation rules for close contacts are being relaxed from today — here's a look at the changes
EU experts to discuss Genrui antigen tests after people report hundreds of false positives
New system to register positive antigen tests will be ready next week, says HSE CEO
Genrui antigen tests: HPRA and company to investigate after multiple reports of false positives
New Covid testing and isolation guidelines: Here's everything you need to know
Poll: Will you use an antigen test today?
All arrivals into Ireland will be advised to take antigen tests for five days
Antigen testing programme to be rolled out for early learning and childcare services from tomorrow
Luke O'Neill praises 'power of antigen testing' as he's diagnosed with Covid-19
What's behind the delay in announcing a plan for subsidised antigen testing?
Survey shows 45% of people have cancelled social events between now and Christmas
Antigen tests are being used 'widely but not properly', says chief medical officer
What does the data we have tell us about Covid-19 outbreaks in this school year?
Poll: Should antigen tests be provided for free to the wider public?
Details of Covid-19 antigen testing system in primary schools announced
Parties to pay for politicians' antigen tests while Oireachtas staff to get tests for free
Antigen tests will be free for schools and close contacts, but not the wider public
Household close contacts of confirmed Covid-19 cases now must restrict movements for 5 days
Poll: Would you take a weekly Covid-19 antigen test if the government subsidised the price?
NPHET advises twice weekly antigen tests for those going to bars and other 'high risk' activities
INTO calls for 'political leadership' on bringing in antigen tests to primary schools
Antigen tests should be free to members of the public, says Mary Lou McDonald
Covid close contacts are receiving antigen tests in the post today – here's how it will work
Varadkar: Antigen tests may be sent to schools to test close contacts of pupils
State could buy 500,000 antigen tests per week as Govt told rapid testing may play 'important role'
Government to send antigen tests to fully vaccinated close contacts
HIQA does NOT recommended more widespread use of antigen tests to replace existing measures
Trial nightclub event expected to have crowd capacity of 60%
Staff and students urged to sign up for pilot antigen testing project on four college campuses
Festivals, football and foreign travel: how successful have large-scale test events been in Europe?
One positive Covid-19 antigen test at pilot festival but attendee later returns negative PCR test
Dáil committee calls on Holohan to explain opposition to antigen tests
'A false reassurance': Health officials caution against widespread use of rapid antigen tests
Rapid testing 'could be deployed in all schools by September 2021'
Factfind: Does the WHO 'not recommend' using rapid Covid tests in schools, as Norma Foley claimed?
Expert group reviewing if antigen tests can be used in schools and workplaces
Self-isolation after contact with a Covid-19 case could be cut to seven days – study