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Friday 5 June, 2020

Professor Sam McConkey: The reality is it could be November before schools are back in full

But Professor McConkey says if we went for a trial return this month, schools could be up and running by September.

Monday 9 March, 2020

Opinion: A hands-off, worry-about-it-later approach to containment is exactly what will help Covid-19 spread

Professor Sam McConkey says containing COVID-19 in Ireland will require the formation of a new ‘virus cabinet’.