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Dublin: 6°C Wednesday 2 December 2020
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Poll: When the sun shines in Ireland - do you wear sunscreen?

Do you carry on regardless in the heat of the Irish midday sun — only investing in an annual bottle of Factor 15 when you head for a week in The Algarve?

TEMPERATURES ARE SET to top 20 degrees today in many parts of the country. After a varied few weeks, it’s another clear reminder that we do occasionally experience something approaching a summer.

The Irish Cancer Society has been encouraging people to protect themselves while out and about enjoying the weather.

But do we heed their warnings?

Do you carry on regardless in the heat of the Irish midday sun — only investing in a bottle of Hawaiian Tropic when you head off to the Hawaiian Tropics (or Malaga, whatever)?


Poll Results:

I always use protection when it's needed. (2627)
Never in Ireland, only abroad. (1826)
I don't bother at all, anywhere. I'm not the brightest. (235)



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Daragh Brophy

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