As strained health system tries to “flatten the curve”, should authorities implement level 4 precautions?
As an NHS commissioner Audrey Mc Donnell played a senior role in Britain battling swine flu. In her second column for the Currency, she writes that to control the infection and to protect staff, Ireland should move to the highest level of preparedness as soon as possible.
How ready is Ireland to support the Covid-19 pandemic?
As a NHS commissioner Audrey Mc Donnell played a senior role in Britain battling swine flu, an influenza pandemic that impacted millions of people globally before it was contained. In her first column for The Currency she looks at the enormous strategic challenge for Ireland of fighting the coronavirus.