Kaw Kovid sees GAA activity as a major reason for the jump

Kaw Kovid sees GAA activity as a major reason for the jump

Cavan Murtag, a pharmacist based in Cavan, says the Kovid-19 figures are now “out of scale.”

“When you think about it, 80 cases a day in Cavan are equivalent to 1,200 in Dublin, where the population is 15 times larger. We have a rough ride. ”

Cavan feared on Wednesday the latest figures from Northern Ireland. 1,217 cases were declared.

“There are a lot of people working in Cavan, including my own staff,” he pointed out.

Murtagh, like many people in Kandy, is talking about the GAA, not approaching the border on Wednesday, while ulation rights deals are underway over whether to move the border counties to Level 4.

“A lot of people are upset with the GAA in Cavan,” he said. “They blame the increase in celebrations after the recent GAA finals.”

He, a GAA supporter, says he understands the passion but that the championship games, especially the club finals, are bad news in the midst of a Kovid-19 crisis.

“There’s no problem with the quarterfinals or the semi-finals, but the celebrations happen when there’s a cup on the table, and that’s a problem,” he said.

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