Taoiseach Leo Varadkar tonight outlined new measures, including a prohibition on travel further than 2km from one's home, that will be in place through April 12.
President of Ireland Michael D. Higgins said that there would be some advantages from the COVID-19 pandemic that has adversely affected almost every country in the world, including the "unanswerable case" for universal basic services.
Fine Gael, Ireland's third most popular party in last month's election, continue to run the show in Ireland during the crisis and they have used the pandemic to make political gains.
As Ireland's leader wins international praise, Donald Trump pointing fingers and spreading untruths while the truth is now undeniable the United States is the epicenter of the Coronavirus outbreak.
Conor McGregor continues to be outspoken in urging both the Irish government and the people of Ireland to adhere to social distancing and quarantine measures in the midst of the coronavirus pandemic.
The Black and Tans, who arrived in Ireland for the first time on March 25, 1920, were not so bad after all, it seems.
Taoiseach Leo Varadkar says "our greatest generation was not in the past" as Ireland continues to rise to the challenge of the coronavirus pandemic.
Sinn Féin should focus on a long-term strategy that will see them entirely sever the established political order.
Varadkar and Fine Gael are prepared to begin negotiations with every other political party and Independent TD.
The emergency legislation forms part of the Irish government's response to the COVID-19 outbreak.
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