COVID-19

All the latest news, views and opinions on COVID-19.

No papers? No pint.

No papers? No pint.

It was with great fanfare last weekend that Fine Gael, the largest party in the coalition government, announced that Ireland…
An ugly tendency has been unmasked of late

An ugly tendency has been unmasked of late

The news that Covid restrictions in England end on 19th July has, understandably, prompted many responses – from relief at…
Embracing the daily grind once more

Embracing the daily grind once more

As my alarm went off at 6.30am last Wednesday morning I woke with such a start the sleeping cat snuggled…
No more Cruel Summers!

No more Cruel Summers!

Today I booked tickets for a gig. A real, live, in-person concert. I’ve not been to a music event since…
All clapped out?

All clapped out?

It is now a year since we first stood outside our homes, clapping for carers and banging pots and pans…
The strange walk to freedom

The strange walk to freedom

The end of lockdown seems to be in sight… Even though there are fears about what’s happening in the rest…
My coronavirus chronicle

My coronavirus chronicle

My year (and a bit) of Covid started and ended with a fever spike… In between – like the rest…
You’ve let us down, Mr Trudeau

You’ve let us down, Mr Trudeau

Covid. Never has a word instilled so much fear and anger… But what has it meant for the average family…
My body, my choice

My body, my choice

As the UK approaches the one-year anniversary of the first national lockdown with restrictions still in place, all eyes are…
Time to shake up the Taoiseach

Time to shake up the Taoiseach

The last time I wrote for uncancelled about the Covid-19 situation in Ireland, I was flirting with the idea that…
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