Eddie Keane, a lecturer in Employment Law at the University of Limerick joins the programme to discuss obligations and actions that must be remembered by both employers and workers as the country attempts to safely get back to work from tomorrow.
Fianna Fáil's Spokesperson on Finance Michael McGrath speaks to Justin McCarthy in relation to financial decisions that will have to be made over Covid-19 and the implications the virus has had on the country’s economy.
Agriculture Correspondent Fran McNulty has the latest in relation to high levels of coronavirus infections in meat processing plants around the country and Minister for Agriculture Michael Creed speaks to David McCullagh in relation to measures that are being implemented to combat the spread of the disease.
Carole Coleman speaks with people who use and work in public transport with passenger numbers set to soar tomorrow as the country begins to return to work. Minister for Transport Shane Ross also joins the programme to discuss how the Government plan to deal with public concerns over this and also the issue of driver testing during the pandemic.
Chief Executive of the Licensed Vintners Association Donall O'Keeffe joins the programme to discuss how pubs aim to open in late June, which the HSE’s Chief Medical Officer Dr. Tony Holohan has said he can’t envisage.
Minister for Business, Enterprise and Innovation Heather Humphreys speaks to Justin McCarthy about the Government’s ‘Return To Work Safely’ plan as workplaces look to reopen and adapt to the new normal of Covid-19.
President of the ASTI Deirdre Mac Donald, Clive Byrne of the National Association of Principals and Deputy Principals and Solicitor Eileen McCabe join the programme to discuss the impact of the cancellation of the Leaving Certificate exams in their traditional form.
The Irish Charity and Volunteer Sector has been badly hit by Covid-19 with an expected drop of 40% in funding this year. Carole Coleman explores the worries that people in this sector are feeling and what they’re doing to combat the difficulties.
Over 70s have particularly been finding the Covid-19 pandemic difficult with one confidential listening service for the elderly - The Seniorline - reporting a 300% increase in calls. Conor McMorrow explores how the easing of some restrictions next week may help them.
An unexpected effect of Covid-19 that doctors have come across is the impact it’s having upon blood clotting and blood vessels in the lungs. Dr Niamh O'Connell, Consultant Haematologist and Director of the National Coagulation Centre at St James's Hospital, Dublin joins the programme to discuss this.
The University sector is taking a massive hit amid the crisis and says it needs a stability package of €240 million, especially with the drop off in foreign students. Director General of the Irish Universities Association Jim Miley speaks with Carole Coleman to outline the suppor they say they need.
After the Government released a roadmap for the lifting of Covid-19 restrictions this week we hear from Finance Minister Paschal Donohoe to see how they plan to support businesses and their employees that have been affected by the pandemic.
As US President Donald Trump refuses to speak at White House Press Briefings after his controversial comments in relation to possible cures for Covid-19, Daniel Lippman of Politico has the latest on what's happening at the White House.