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#Case Study

# case-study - Monday 19 October, 2020

Man who failed to restrict movements after trip abroad led to 56 Covid-19 infections

The example has been published in a report by the Department of Public Health, Mid West.

# case-study - Monday 12 October, 2020

Young doctor on contracting Covid-19: My oxygen dropped and I was unable to finish a sentence

Dr Owen O’Flynn said it was “disappointing” to see some people flouting the rules, adding that the guidelines were there for a reason.

# case-study - Friday 9 October, 2020

Contact tracing concerns: School wasn't contacted by HSE until four days after confirmed Covid-19 case

A mother has raised concerns about the policy of schools not taking action until contacted by the HSE.

# case-study - Thursday 19 June, 2014

A 27-year-old woman who has attended the CRC since she was a baby describes what it's like

Mary, who has severe cerebral palsy, has relied upon the CRC since she was just 8 months old.

# case-study - Sunday 15 June, 2014

Fine Gael say Sinn Féin's economics were 'disastrous' in France. Were they? Here are the facts...

‘Wealth tax’, ‘higher income tax rate’, Hollande tried that didn’t he? Well sort of…

# case-study - Saturday 24 May, 2014

Case Study: Being a gay woman in DRC and facing fears of 'punitive' rape

“One day, in 2007, I was surrounded by boys who told me they were going to rape me to give me a taste for men, that whatever I did I was still a woman.”

# case-study - Sunday 18 May, 2014

Case Study: One woman who can't live in Geneva on her €2,790 monthly pay packet

Some people travel across the French border to do their weekly shop.