THERE ARE fears some local schools will not be able to afford to keep up with their much-needed social distancing and Covid safety measures due to a lack of funding. When the Herald recently spoke to some Fermanagh schools about how they were coping with their reopening in these challenging times, all were doing OK […]
WITH every school in Fermanagh returning class for the first time since March, it’s been a momentous week for the county. Below the Herald talks to the principals of two of the county’s biggest schools on how they, their staff, and their pupils have been coping with the return. BRIAN Treacy, principal of Holy Trinity […]
Ninety percent of dentists will be without proper PPE.
HAIRDRESSER Becky McClaughry who operates Becky McClaughry Hairdressing in Irvinestown was busy earlier this week ringing round more than 150 clients who had made booking for whenever she opened. “It’s going to be difficult,” she admitted. “There is a waiting list with over 150 people on it. We have to call all of […]
The Trust is continue to source PPE from various sources.
“It really does feel that we are always the very last to be thought about and totally forgotten in the chain of care and nursing.”
A group of local designers has turned its hand to making specialist face shields, which have been greatly appreciated by SWAH staff.
“I just saw she needed some help so I got stuck in.”
THE WESTERN Trust has been “relentlessly trying” to source more supplies of Personal Protection Equipment (PPE) for its local staff, as it gears up for an expected surge in Covid-19 patients this week. Since the outbreak began concerns have been growing that staff at SWAH and other health care workers in the area did not […]