As of December 2, there have been 3,089 coronavirus-related deaths and 126,338 confirmed cases of coronavirus reported between Northern Ireland and the Republic of Ireland.
Northern Ireland's Minister for Health Robin Swann said his department has "plans and preparations in place to begin the roll-out" of the vaccine.
Irish priest Fr PJ Hughes has continued his public criticism of the Irish government's handling of the Church throughout the pandemic, in particular its limit of 50 people in attendance at mass.
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“Perhaps you could come with me to speak to some patients?...These are special patients, suffering from ...a disease no one wants to deal with.”
"The first thing a pandemic teaches you is that not everyone wants to make the sacrifices that are needed to endure it."
Taoiseach Micheál Martin announced that Ireland would be moving to Level 3 COVID-19 restrictions from next Tuesday.
Niall O'Dowd reflects on a year lost to COVID-19.
The Irish Government is preparing to distribute a vaccine as early as next month following positive announcements from Pfizer and Moderna.
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