Public Health Measures

We are experiencing an unprecedented surge in COVID-19 cases in Ireland.

New Level 5 restrictions have come into place.

You can see the measures in place here.

We ask everyone, for the protection of our friends, family and the frontline, to please stay at home.
 
COVID-19 Vaccination Programme
The vaccination programme continues to be rolled out nationwide, and over 77,000 people have been given their first dose already.

We encourage everyone in Ireland to read about the COVID-19 vaccine and to get their information from a factual, trusted source – our website on www.hse.ie/covid19vaccine is a good place to start, and you can find the vaccine information materials at www.hse.ie/covid19vaccinematerials

Please find attached information in English and Irish on the vaccine, which recently ran in national and regional print media. We would be grateful for your help in sharing this information with your members, staff and stakeholders.

We have also attached again the vaccine social media partner pack and images. We would be grateful for your help in sharing this information.

Video version of children’s test centre guide
Last month we shared a link to the updated illustrated guide for children about going to a COVID-19 test centre. Now the guide has been turned into an animation so parents have an alternative way to share this with their children to help prepare them for a test. The video is embedded on the ‘testing for children’ page on hse.ie and is also available on YouTube.

Face coverings
You can find video resources on face coverings here on the following topics:
-How to wear a face covering
-How to safely put on and remove a face covering
-How to safely put on and remove a facemask when required to wear one in a healthcare setting
-Face covering use while visiting a healthcare setting

You can watch the HSE’s tv ad on face coverings here.

You can also find a number of face covering posters on the COVID-19 posters and resources page under the posters drop down menu.

COVID-19 Guidance on visits to Long Term Residential Care Facilities (LTRCFs)
You can find the latest COVID-19 Guidance on visits to Long Term Residential Care Facilities (LTRCFs) here.

Infection Prevention and Control Guidance for Residential Care Facilities Webinar
Friday, 15th January (12-1pm)
You can register for the webinar here.
For telephone access, please use the following:
Telephone:  01 526 0058
Access code: 175 879 7250

COVID-19 Self-isolation and restricted movement leaflet – large print format
You can find the large print format of the COVID-19 Self-isolation and restricted movement leaflet here.

Keeping well this winter booklet – large print format
You can find the large print format of the Keeping well this winter booklet here.

Keeping well this winter booklet – Irish Sign Language (ISL)
You can find the ISL videos of the Keeping well this winter booklet under the videos section of the COVID-19 Deaf and Hard of Hearing Communications Resources page.

Free Stress Control Programme
HSE Health and Wellbeing are offering a free Stress Control programme to the public. Stress Control is an evidence-based programme that teaches you practical skills to deal with stress.

The programme helps participants recognise the signs of stress. It covers topics including how stress affects our bodies and our thoughts. It teaches skills to overcome panicky feelings and tips to getting a good night’s sleep.

Dr Jim White will live-stream the classes, free-of-charge.  You can watch the sessions either in the afternoon or evening.

This is a free programme and to participate simply visit www.stresscontrol.ie

First Fortnight
First Fortnight is celebrating their 10th anniversary as Ireland’s only national mental health themed arts festival with an all new virtual festival experience. Given the challenges people face due to the COVID-19 pandemic, never before has it been so important to look after our mental health, and support those we care about. To find out more, check out First Fortnight’s festival programme for the full list of art exhibitions, films, spoken word and stage performances, as well as workshops, music and poetry – all available online running to the 17th of January.

Public Health Information
As always, for the most up to date information and advice on Coronavirus, please go to: https://www2.hse.ie/coronavirus/ and https://www.hpsc.ie/a-z/respiratory/coronavirus/novelcoronavirus/. Clinical and professional guidance relating to COVID-19 is available on www.hpsc.ie where you’ll find up to date guidance for healthcare settings and non-clinical settings.

Please check here for the most up to date partner resources for COVID-19.

Please also check the Healthy Ireland site here with further resources and information on the Keep Well campaign.

You can view the latest information on how Ireland is responding to cases of COVID-19 here.

Ireland’s COVID-19 Data Hub is available here.

Need information and advice on COVID-19? Go to www.hse.ie/coronavirus

Rethink Ireland
Departemt of Justice and Equality
Amif
Government of Ireland
Government of Ireland
European Union AMIF
Tusla
Departemt of Justice and Equality
The Dormant Accounts Fund
Clare County Council
This project is co-financed by the European Commission under the Asylum, Migration and Integration Fund 2014 - 2020 and is supported by the Department of Justice and Equality.
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