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# cocooning

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My2020: 'I am so angry at those who have breached the Covid rules'
Rebecca Moynihan: We cannot ask those living alone to isolate further - time for social bubbles
Rebecca Moynihan
Column: Five months into 'cocooning' and I’ve learned it’s the little things that get you
'I can't imagine not leaving your home for four months': The impact on older people of following the Covid-19 rules
Tony Holohan: Cocooners can meet socially-distanced groups of four from Monday
Dublin councils earmark 1.30pm-3.30pm as 'cocooner only' times for parks
Simon Harris says he's aware of the impact cocooning is having on over 70s
Charity says older people ringing its helpline 'becoming increasingly distressed by the impact of cocooning'
He saw the plight of older people and couldn't stand idly by: Remembering Willie Bermingham
Donal Fallon
'They won't be able to cut the grass in a few weeks': Calls for landscapers to be made essential workers
'Older people are not a passive vulnerable group. They are a vital part of Irish society'
Prof Rose Anne Kenny & Dr Mark Ward
Dr. Tony Holohan: 'We're not at the point yet where cocooning advice can be lifted'
Five main banks now have freephone lines to help people who are cocooning
Check ins and free newspaper delivery to be offered by An Post to people cocooning
Over-70s must stay at home even if they are fit and active, says government official
Health Minister expects measures this week to address coronavirus infection in nursing homes
Harris doesn't like the word 'cocooning', but he says it's being done to keep those over 70 safe and well
Cocooning during coronavirus: Who needs to do it and what steps should they take?
'There is a role for everyone': Minister says HSE need non-medical staff too and you'll be paid
8 big trends to look out for in Ireland this year