Maggie Doyle speaks to GP Dr. Nuala O'Connor, Covid Lead for the Irish College of General Practitioners, Stuart Carolan of the Morning Star Pub in Tullyallen, Louth and Catherine Murphy, Social Democrats Co-Leader and TD for Kildare North as cases continue to rise across the country with people and businesses feeling the impact of restrictions.
Stephen Donnelly, Fianna Fail TD and Minister for Health, outlines where we are in terms of Covid-19 and patterns emerging, advice from NPHET and the possibility of further restrictions in different parts of the country.
With Covid-19 cases continuing to rise amongst young people and clear breaches of guidelines occurring, Gail Conway looks into the possibility the Government using social media influencers to communicate public health messages.
Coping with the pandemic for longer than originally planned
Dr Mike Osterholm, Director of the Center for Infectious Disease Research and Policy at the University of Minnesota, discusses how the world must now live with C ovid-19 in the long term while research into developing a vaccine continues.
Brian O'Donovan, Washington Correspondent, joins the programme to discuss President Donald Trump's nomination to replace Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg in the Supreme Court and also upcoming diplomatic visits and how the Presidential Election is gearing up ahead of the first debate this week.