Prison Service now has temperature checks at the entrances to all prisons – TheJournal.ie

Image: Sam Boal via RollingNews.ie Image: Sam Boal via RollingNews.ie TEMPERATURE SCREENING HAS been introduced by the Irish Prison Service (IPS) at entrances to all prisons here in a bid to stop the spread of coronavirus into the prison system.  The IPS introduced the measure on Sunday across all 12 sites including Mountjoy, the Midlands,

Kenya police probe shooting of teen during virus curfew – eNCA

NAIROBI – Kenyan police on Tuesday ordered a probe into the shooting of a 13-year-old boy on his balcony in Nairobi as officers allegedly opened fire to enforce a nighttime curfew. Residents of the slum where the shooting took place told AFP that a confrontation broke out shortly before 7pm on Monday as police started

COVID-19 Practical Considerations: New legislation assists residential tenants but creates uncertainty for commercial property – Lexology

Emergency legislation enacted on 27 March 2020 puts government measures to assist renters on a statutory footing, but a late amendment to the legislation has created uncertainty for landlords and tenants of commercial property. The Emergency Measures in the Public Interest (Covid-19) Act 2020 (the “Act”) was signed by the President last Friday evening, 27

Call for third level students to be refunded accommodation costs – Connaught Telegraph

Students who have paid up front for accommodation they cannot now access because of COVID-19 need to be refunded, according to Mayo Sinn Féin TD Rose Conway-Walsh.   She elaborated: “Over the past couple of weeks I have been contacted by many students across Mayo who have paid rent for accommodation, including gas and electricity,

Prisons introduce temperature screening at entrances to stop Covid-19 spread – Irish Examiner

Temperature screening has been introduced by the Irish Prison Service (IPS) at entrances to all prisons here in a bid to stop the spread of Coronavirus into the prison system. The IPS introduced the measure on Sunday across all 12 sites including Mountjoy, the Midlands, Arbour Hill, Cork and Limerick prisons. Assistant General Secretary of

Coronavirus Ireland: Virtual courtrooms to be trialled due to Covid-19 crisis – Independent.ie

The Courts Service is planning to trial “virtual” courtrooms from April 20th in response to the Covid-19 crisis. esting of equipment which would allow judges to remotely hear oral argument from lawyers got underway today. High Court civil matters, Court of Appeal and Supreme Court hearings are expected to feature in the pilot, which will