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Government Has Deployed Garda In Dublin To Ensure That People Follow Covid Guidelines

Dublin: The government has deployed garda in the capital to ensure that people follow the Covid guidelines. The move comes on the heels of a conviction that advice alone is not enough to control the spread of covid.

Half (56%) of the 414 Covid cases confirmed in last two days in Ireland are in Dublin; the city confirmed 75 cases on Saturday and 156 on Sunday.

On Sunday alone, one death and 255 new cases were reported in the country. There were 414 Covid patients in Ireland on Saturday and Sunday.

With this, the death toll of Covid increased to 1784 in the whole country. And the number of patients exceeded 31000.

People do not bother to follow the advices of Government or NPHET. It was in the wake of this that the government appointed Garda. The gardai will control the crowds and unnecessary gatherings. For this special patrolling has intensified by the garda.

At the same time, people took to the streets in large numbers to protest against the deployment of the Garda. Thousands gathered in the Dublin city center to protest.

Taoiseach Micheál Martin has said the government will not hesitate to impose more restrictions in Dublin to curb the spread of Covid.

The cabinet is meeting on Tuesday to consider the advice of public health experts.

The number of patients in Dublin is rising without a hitch, said Acting Chief Medical Officer Dr. Ronan Glyn on Saturday. Following this, Garda patrolled the capital on foot in cars and bikes. The goal is to encourage people to follow the guidelines, including ensuring social distance and wearing a face mask.

Deputy Guardian Commissioner for Policing and Security John Tumi claimed that people are following health guidelines very well.

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