At a glance

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■ Ten more peo­ple have died from Covid-19, bring­ing the to­tal death toll to 19;

■ The World Health Or­gan­i­sa­tion is start­ing to see “some en­cour­ag­ing signs” as the death rate in Spain slowed for the first time in a week and Italy’s in­fec­tion rate fell for the fourth day in a row;

■ Doc­tors work­ing in dis­ad­van­taged ar­eas say some peo­ple dis­play­ing symp­toms are re­luc­tant to tell their GP out of fear and de­nial;

■ Voda­fone has do­nated 1,000 smart­phones to older peo­ple’s char­ity Alone and funds to do­mes­tic vi­o­lence char­ity Women’s Aid;

■ From next Mon­day, be­tween 11am to 12pm, RTÉ will run a Home School Hub across its tele­vi­sion and on­line plat­forms to pro­vide pri­mary school chil­dren with fun daily lessons;

■ Any­one who fraud­u­lently tries to claim the new Covid19 Pandemic Unem­ploy­ment Pay­ment will be pros­e­cuted;

■ Tem­po­rary mor­tu­ary facilities are be­ing planned to deal with ex­pected deaths;

■ Acute pae­di­atric ser­vices at Tal­laght Hos­pi­tal are be­ing tem­po­rar­ily re­lo­cated to Crum­lin and Tem­ple Street hos­pi­tals be­cause of the Covid-19 pandemic;

Jig­saw, Ire­land’s lead­ing youth men­tal health char­ity, has seen a 400% in­crease in de­mand for its on­line ser­vices and sup­ports;

Dublin LGBTQ Pride has an­nounced that its an­nual pa­rade and fes­ti­val is post­poned un­til Septem­ber;

Dublin ladies foot­baller Siob­hán Killeen has re­vealed that she’s tested pos­i­tive for Covid-19 and has urged peo­ple to abide by ex­pert ad­vice in the fight against the coro­n­avirus;

The Lee Swim, due to take place on July 4, has been can­celled.

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