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LimerickNewsAll in Limerick can defeat Covid by working togetherBy Staff Reporter – September 17, 2020 217 hand sanitiser WATCH: “Everyone is fighting so hard to get on” – Pat Ryan on competitive camogie squads “This is a plan to protect you, your family and friends, our community, our jobs and businesses,” the Tánaiste said. Previous article#ThrowbackThursday: This week’s look back at our Out & About photosNext articleMedical Procedures Cancelled as 80 Patients have no beds at UHL Staff Reporterhttp://www.limerickpost.ie Donal Ryan names Limerick Ladies Football team for League opener Print Email Roisin Upton excited by “hockey talent coming through” in Limerick WhatsApp Limerick Ladies National Football League opener to be streamed live Facebook Linkedin Billy Lee names strong Limerick side to take on Wicklow in crucial Division 3 clash Limerick’s National Camogie League double header to be streamed live EVERYONE living and working in Limerick can defeat Covid-19 by working together and following public health advice, Limerick Fine Gael Kieran O’Donnell has said. RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR Twitter Deputy Kieran O’Donnell said, “The Government’s initiative – Resilience & Recovery 2020-2021: Plan for Living with Covid-19 – will guide Ireland’s response to saving lives and managing the pandemic over the next seven months.“We can overcome this. We can beat Covid-19 but it will take hard work and a commitment from all. We have already shown this year how we can work together,“Deputy O’Donnell said.The Government’s plan sets how all in Limerick can manage the disease in their communities over the coming months.The plan sets out five levels of response, each with a number of measures designed to help lower Covid-19 transmission, and also sets out what is permitted at that moment in time. At the moment, Limerick is on level two.“The plan, if followed by all, aims to allow society and businesses to be able to operate as normally as possible, while continuing to suppress the virus. In particular, keeping schools, early learning and childcare services open are a top priority. We want to keep people in work and businesses operating, as we need a functioning economy to maintain our public services.“Each level outlines what is permitted for social or family gatherings, work and public transport, bars, hotels and restaurants, exercise activities and religious services.“Our country is soon entering the Winter months and we need to make every possible effort to make life easier for all.“Please obey the advice of the public health professionals. We are all working for the same goal here – to defeat this pandemic and get our lives back to normal. It will take time but, working together, we can achieve this,” Deputy Kieran O’Donnell concluded.Cabinet also agreed this week to allocate a record €600 million for the 2020 Winter Initiative, to ensure that our health service has the capacity and resources needed to deal with what is forecast to be a particularly challenging few months.Fine Gael leader and Tánaiste Leo Varadkar said, “From the beginning, we knew we were in this together, now we need to know how we can get through this together aswell.“Unfortunately, nothing is certain about Covid-19, it cares little for our plans, however we have reasons to be hopeful as a country. We’re guided by all we’ve learned about the virus in the past few months and we have confidence that we can do this because of what we have learned about each other.“We’ve changed the way we live, the way we work, and today’s plan sets out the steps to keep the virus under control, how we can anticipate and understand how to live our lives for the next six to nine months, and where setbacks occur, the steps that will be taken to reduce the risk of Covid-19 spreading out of control. Advertisement TAGSCoronaviruscovid19Keeping Limerick PostedlimerickLimerick Post
A minor league baseball team in Tennessee sent an American flag-themed tweet to Colin Kaepernick on Wednesday. The team later waved a white flag of surrender.The Tennessee Smokies, the Cubs’ affiliate in the Double-A Southern League, were responding to Kaepernick’s disapproval of a July 4-themed Nike shoe that included a depiction of an early U.S. flag. The Smokies’ social team tweeted images of a so-called Betsy Ross flag that the team’s grounds crew drew in the dirt around second base. The team included Kaepernick’s Twitter handle and made reference to Nike’s slogan, “Just Do It.” After the Twitterverse had its say, the Smokies deleted the tweet after and issued an apology to people who may have been offended. They did not apologize to Kaepernick.Regarding one of our recent tweets regarding @Kaepernick7 and our field design for tonight’s game, it was meant to be a light-hearted take on a current situation. We did not mean to offend anyone by it. If it did, we certainly apologize.— Tennessee Smokies (@smokiesbaseball) July 4, 2019MORE: Colin Kaepernick doll seen hanging by neck from truck Twitter commenters made sure everyone could still see the deleted tweet. Not to worry, I have a screenshot of you endorsing systematic racism and violating the flag code. pic.twitter.com/hXJmYEuaVL— (((Catherine))) (@pantone165) July 4, 2019The Wall Street Journal reported Monday that Nike halted the release of its Air Max 1 Quick Strike Fourth of July shoe after Kaepnerick, a Nike endorser and a former NFL quarterback, objected to the company stitching Betsy Ross flags into the backs of the shoe. According to the Journal, Kaepnerick associates the flag, which Ross supposedly helped to design in the 1770s, with slavery.The stars in the flag represent the 13 original U.S. colonies, who declared their independence from Great Britain on July 4, 1776, and fought the British army in the Revolutionary War to ensure that independence. The stars are arranged in a circle in the upper left corner.Kaepernick, 31, has not played in the NFL since the end of the 2016 season. He sparked a national firestorm that year with his protests of police brutality and racial injustice during the playing of the national anthem before games.