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Staying the Course for Phased Reopening from 18th May (bilingual)

The COVID-19 pandemic has been hard for everyone and tragic for many. We have suffered loss of loved ones and loss of contact with family and friends. By working together, lives have been saved. The situation would be so much worse were it not for the huge effort made by everyone. For all that you have done, for your patience and sacrifice, resilience and solidarity, Thank you.

As we move through this crisis, there are now six key things that you should know:

Cork County Council’s Covid-19 Community Emergency Fund Scheme Announced (Bilingual)


Cork County Council, as part of its COVID-19 Community Support Programme, has launched an emergency fund for groups across County Cork assisting in the response efforts to the COVID-19 emergency.

The dedicated fund of €116,277 is part of a programme of measures developed by Cork County Council in collaboration with statutory, voluntary and community organisations who are leading the response at a local level.

Slowing the spread of Covid-19- a joint statement on Covid-19 from the HSE, Cork County Council, Cork City Council and an Garda Siochana

We Can save lives by slowing the spread of Covid-19 but it will take a massive effort from the entire community. That’s the message from leaders across the city and county, who today joined together to appeal to the public to continue to heed messages on social distancing, hand hygiene and other advice from the HSE.

An Garda Síochána, the Health Service Executive, Cork City Council, Cork County Council and Kerry County Council continue working together through long standing Major Emergency Framework Structures to prepare and respond to the needs of our communities.