As of late it may be laborious to flee the doom and gloom of on a regular basis life with the pandemic consuming a lot of our day.
However with Irish Mirror’s excellent news round-up we’ll preserve you optimistic in regards to the future.
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This is what’s holding us optimistic this week!
Eire on ‘good pathway’ in battle towards Covid
The Deputy Chief Medical Officer Dr Ronan Glynn has urged folks to ‘preserve their guard up’ so as to give NPHET extra choices forward of April 5 and a call on restrictions.
Talking on the HSE media briefing this night on the Division of Well being, Dr Glynn stated:
‘We’d like as a lot enchancment as we are able to by way of March.
”We’re on pathway because it stands, however it’s a precarious pathway.
‘There may be extra mobility, persons are returning to workplaces and total the compliance is superb. However it’s precarious.
”The extra enchancment we make within the subsequent two to a few weeks, the extra choices we’ve got in April and Might.”
Ideas for holding your hair wholesome throughout lockdown
With no signal of salons opening, right here’s the last word DIY hair information.
From stopping stress-induced hair loss to color options, Eire’s prime stylists are right here to offer you their suggestions.
Aidan Fitzgerald, who runs his high-end self-titled salon with spouse Karen in Blackrock, South Dublin, stated: “Residing with Covid-19 is hectic and this comes out in your nails and your hair.
“Stress will be alleviated by a scalp therapeutic massage. It’s higher in case you have a accomplice doing it. It’s soothing and you will get good therapeutic massage scalp lotions in chemists.
“You’ll stimulate the hair follicles and also you improve the blood move to the scalp which is enjoyable and also you’re erasing any free scales.”
Beautiful video as 102-year-old will get Covid jab
102-year-old John Hegarty broke into tune whereas receiving his Covid-19 vaccination.
Within the video, the good grandfather from Glenties, Co Donegal, begins to sing The Dubliner’s traditional ‘The Wild Rover’ whereas ready for the Covid jab.
His docs and mates, Dr Cooke and Dr Evelyn, begin to sing with John as they inject the life-saving vaccine into his system.