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Morning Ireland Friday 3 July 2020
Live news, sports, weather and traffic, presented by Gavin Jennings and Bryan Dobson.
Evidence is mounting that Covid-19 can affect people for much longer than the two weeks initially thought. Tommy Meskill spoke to four people who were still suffering, weeks after they thought their illness was over
A selection of stories from the week, as chosen by the Morning Ireland team.
Sinéad Crowley has the latest on covid-19 in Ireland and the announcement by the Chief Medical Officer, Dr Tony Holohan that he is taking time out from his role for personal reasons.
Leo Varadkar, Tanaiste and former Taoiseach, pays tribute to Tony Holohan as he takes time out from his role as chief medical officer describing him as a top class public servant
Paschal Donohoe, Finance Minister, dicusses the latest economic and exchequer figures.
Frank Langfitt, London Correspondent with National Public Radio in New York, reports on the charges brought against Ghislaine Maxwell.
Tony Connolly, Europe Editor, discusses a draft EU agreement that could help Irish food exports poast Brexit.
Chinese Ambassador to Ireland, He Xiangdong, discusses the widespread criticism of Hong Kong's new national security laws.
Tommy Meskill reports from Shannon airport where authorities say strong supports are needed to ensure the region maintains its vital air service.
Will Goodbody, Business Editor reports on the concerns within the Exhibition and Trade Fair industry at the ongoing uncertainty around dates for a resumption of trade shows.
Elaine Keogh meets the Philips sisters, three young nature dectectives, as they explore nature and pass on facts about their discoveries through social media.
Dr Peter Crooks, Director of the Beyond 2020 project at Trinity College Dublin, gives an update on the digital recreation of records lost in the 1922 Four Courts fire.
Presented by Sineád Egan.
Presented by Carla O'Brien.
Daren Frehill has the day's latest sports news including the latest on the decision to resume the SSE Airtrictiy League of Ireland season in a revised format.
Darren Frehill has the latest sports news and looks back to 2004 when Shelbourne FC made it to the final round of qualifiers in the Champions League.
Brian Finn has the day's business news and also speaks to Mark Cassidy, Head of Economics with the Central Bank of Ireland.
Presented by Joanna Donnelly of Met Éireann.
Eilis Sheehy reports from Limerick where a homeless shelter's extended opening hours, because of Covid-19, led to life-changing benefits for some of its residents.
Tommy Meskill reports on efforts by owners of houseboats moored on Irish Waterways to be allowed live full time on their boats.
Cian McCormack reports on the increased number of suspected dog thefts, as demand for pets soars under Covid-19