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NPHET ‘strongly advises’ that people work from home where possible

The National Public Health Emergency Team (NPHET) has strongly advised the Government that people work from home where possible.

The group met yesterday to assess the epidemiological situation in the country and advise the Government on measures to take.

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NPHET has recommended that Government reinstate previous advice to work from home where possible.

The Government has stood by its position to allow workers to return to offices on a phased and cautious basis for specific business requirements.

Government will discuss the latest recommendations from NPHET next Tuesday at the next Cabinet meeting.

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Minister for Health Stephen Donnelly said that Government was not actively considering a return to working from home full-time.

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