Vaccine decision based on science, Minister says Education
Evelyn O'Rourke reports that Minister for Education has defended the Government decision to change the vaccine roll-out schedule from an occupation-based one to one led by age, saying it was "not a value judgement on any given profession". John Boyle, General Secretary INTO, gives his reaction.
Elaine Cobbe, CBS News is in Paris, reports how an undercover report showing members of the Paris elite enjoying secret dinner parties in luxury restaurants and flouting Covid-19 restrictions has sparked fury in France.
Vaccine cert should not lead to discrimination - ICCL
Liam Herrick, Executive Director of Irish Council for Civil Liberties, and Adrian Cummins, CEO of Restaurants Association of Ireland, tell us if you should be allowed to go to pubs and restaurants if you can prove you've been vaccinated
Carl Raftery, Executive Architectural Conservation Officer, and Dr Lisa Godson, NCAD, tell us why two Neon Signs - "Why Go Bald?" and "the Happy Ring House" - have been given public money under the Built Heritage Investment Scheme.
Chauvin trial witness seeks to avoid giving evidence
Harriet Alexander, Journalist in New York, reports how a key witness in the trial of US police officer Derek Chauvin, who is accused of murdering George Floyd, sought today to avoid giving evidence as his lawyers said he could incriminate himself on separate charges.