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Ireland to send ventilators and defibrillators to help Nepal fight Covid-19
'A lot of fighting' among U2 band members about making PPE donation public
HSE in 'detailed discussions' with company over €14m contract for ventilators that failed quality checks
Schools told to stop using more than 50 sanitising products following government review
Several towns and cities lose 'clean' status amid increase in PPE litter around the country
Less than half of schools providing medical grade face masks to SNAs, survey finds
Small aerosol droplets could penetrate PPE, scientists warn
PPE grant now available for people with cystic fibrosis
'I am struggling': How home carers became the forgotten frontline workers of the pandemic
Final Aer Lingus PPE delivery arrives in Dublin after 259 flights
'The industry can't carry the cost': Customers may expect PPE charges at hair salons from next week
It is not envisaged that significant PPE will need to be worn when schools reopen, says minister
Questions remain over NI-ROI 'secret' emails and a non-existent PPE order for Northern Ireland
'Much lower risk' of Covid-19 spreading beyond one metre - study
New guidelines for producers of Covid-19 face coverings
Nursing homes timeline: Early predictions of problems with PPE, hospital discharges and poaching of staff in letters
Nursing Homes Ireland raised issue of PPE shortage with Department as early as February
PPE will cost €1 billion this year, and number of Covid-19 patients in ICU has halved from peak
Shay Given heads up group to source PPE for frontline healthcare staff 'working to save our lives'
Two Kildare brothers help their dad to produce 1,000 face shields for front line medical staff
Orange Order buys PPE for healthcare staff on island of Ireland
Healthcare workers make fresh appeal for PPE donations as HSE chief says it's like 'gold dust'
Ministers in UK downplay talk of lifting Covid-19 restrictions amid 'grotesque' criticism of Johnson
Johnson praises NHS for saving his life as nurses told to refuse to work 'as last resort' over PPE
Covid-19 vaccine could be available in September, Oxford professor claims
Cork fabric company to alter some of HSE's shipment of personal protective equipment to make it suitable for use
Brid Smith: 'We need to take on the market forces that are profiteering from this pandemic'
Bríd Smith
HSE says 20% of the first PPE batch to arrive from China was 'unsuitable'
HSE says some of the PPE flown in from China is 'not appropriate for use'
A nurse returning to work at the frontline: 'Not all heroes wear capes, but they all need a face mask'
Deirdre Mullins
'We have the red carpet rolled out': First shipment of PPE supplies from China arrives in Dublin
Emergency Covid-19 legislation passed by reduced number of TDs in Dáil
HSE says there's enough protective equipment to keep hospitals 'ticking over' until shipment from China
Frontline hospital staff make urgent appeal asking for donations of personal protective equipment