1. Coronavirus: Full text of Leo Varadkar’s St Patrick’s Day broadcast  The Irish Times
  2. Covid-19 emergency to continue beyond March - Varadkar  RTE.ie
  3. ‘Come together as a nation by staying apart’: Read Taoiseach Leo Varadkar’s address in full  TheJournal.ie
  4. Coronavirus in Ireland – Taoiseach Leo Varadkar to address nation in 9pm St Patrick’s Day broadcast  The Irish Sun
  5. Coronavirus Ireland: Taoiseach says coronavirus emergency likely to extend past March 29 and into summer in St Patrick's Day address  Independent.ie
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Taoiseach says crisis will last months and cause enormous economic damageTaoiseach says crisis will last months and cause enormous economic damage

Coronavirus: Full text of Leo Varadkar’s St Patrick’s Day broadcast

Taoiseach Leo Varadkar has said the coronavirus emergency is likely to go on well beyond 29 March and could go on for months into the summer.Taoiseach Leo Varadkar has said the coronavirus emergency is likely to go on well beyond 29 March and could go on for months into the summer.

Covid-19 emergency to continue beyond March - Varadkar

He made the announcement at 9pm.He made the announcement at 9pm.

‘Come together as a nation by staying apart’: Read Taoiseach Leo Varadkar’s address in full

Taoiseach Leo Varadkar has announced older people will soon be asked to self-isolate for several weeks.Taoiseach Leo Varadkar has announced older people will soon be asked to self-isolate for several weeks.

Coronavirus Ireland: Taoiseach says coronavirus emergency likely to extend past March 29 and into summer in St Patrick's Day address - Independent.ie

“Tonight at 9 I’ll speak to you on @RTE and @VirginMedia_One. This is a Patrick’s Day like no other. We cannot stop the virus but we can push it back. We will always put your life and your health first. In future let them say: when things were at their worst, we were at our best”

Leo Varadkar on Twitter: "Tonight at 9 I’ll speak to you on @RTE and @VirginMedia_One. This is a Patrick’s Day like no other. We cannot stop the virus but we can push it back. We will always put your life and your health first. In future let them say: when things were at their worst, we were at our best"

“This year's St Patrick’s Day celebration may look a little different but we're proud as ever to celebrate our relationship with Ireland, the people of Ireland, immigrants from Ireland, & Irish Americans And we were thrilled last week to welcome Taoiseach @LeoVaradkar to Congress”

Chuck Schumer on Twitter: "This year's St Patrick’s Day celebration may look a little different but we're proud as ever to celebrate our relationship with Ireland, the people of Ireland, immigrants from Ireland, & Irish Americans And we were thrilled last week to welcome Taoiseach @LeoVaradkar to Congress… https://t.co/IbAN2fUVI8"

“Taoiseach Leo Varadkar says Ireland could see 15,000 cases of coronavirus by end of the month”

Tony Connelly on Twitter: "Taoiseach Leo Varadkar says Ireland could see 15,000 cases of coronavirus by end of the month"

“NEW: @LeoVaradkar tells Ireland (in an unusual televised address) that the current emergency is likely to go on well beyond March 29th and possibly into the summer.”

Lewis Goodall on Twitter: "NEW: @LeoVaradkar tells Ireland (in an unusual televised address) that the current emergency is likely to go on well beyond March 29th and possibly into the summer."

Taoiseach Leo Varadkar addressed the nation in a special broadcast on Tuesday evening, a day he described as “a Saint Patrick’s Day like no other”.Taoiseach Leo Varadkar addressed the nation in a special broadcast on Tuesday evening, a day he described as “a Saint Patrick’s Day like no other”.

The full transcript of Leo Varadkar’s St. Patrick’s Day address to the nation | JOE is the voice of Irish people at home and abroad

The Taoiseach says around half the population could be infected with COVID-19.Speaking last nigh...The Taoiseach says around half the population could be infected with COVID-19.Speaking last nigh...

Morning top 5: Half of population could contract COVID-19; Public order unit set up | Newstalk

Irish residents have been urged to avoid all non-essential travel to any part of the world as the number of cases rises rapidly across Europe and the USIrish residents have been urged to avoid all non-essential travel to any part of the world as the number of cases rises rapidly across Europe and the US

LIVE updates as Ireland battles COVID-19 spread and HSE begins recruitment drive - Dublin Live

It is expected that 15,000 people could contract the virus by the end of the monthTaoiseach Leo ...It is expected that 15,000 people could contract the virus by the end of the monthTaoiseach Leo ...

Coronavirus Ireland: HSE releases list of groups most vulnerable if fallen ill | Buzz.ie

TAOISEACH Leo Varadkar will address the nation at 9pm this St Patrick’s Day – as the country remains on shutdown during the coronavirus outbreak. The Fine Gael leader said this was a St…

Coronavirus in Ireland - Taoiseach Leo Varadkar to address nation in 9pm St Patrick's Day broadcast

Taoiseach Leo Varadkar delivered a special St Patrick's Day message this evening where he stressed the importance of social distancing and asked the nation t...Taoiseach Leo Varadkar delivered a special St Patrick's Day message this evening where he stressed the importance of social distancing and asked the nation t...

COVID-19: Leo Varadkar Spells Out What People Need To Do During Live Address

Taoiseach makes live address to the public on St Patrick's DayTaoiseach makes live address to the public on St Patrick's Day

Making a rare live broadcast in Ireland’s state broadcaster RTE, Mr Varadkar said he believes there will be 15,000 or more cases of coronavirus in the Republic by the end of the monthMaking a rare live broadcast in Ireland’s state broadcaster RTE, Mr Varadkar said he believes there will be 15,000 or more cases of coronavirus in the Republic by the end of the month

Outpouring of gratitute for Taoiseach Leo Varadkar after state of nation address on Covid-19 pandemic - The Irish News

The Taoiseach Leo Varadkar is to make an emergency broadcast to the nation at 9pm. Leo Varadkar tweeted ‘This is a Patrick’s Day like no other. We cannot stop the virus, but we can push it back. We will always put your life and your health first. In future, let them say: when things were […]

Leo Varadkar to make emergency broadcast to nation at 9pm - Extra.ie

The Taoiseach Leo Varadkar is to make an emergency broadcast to the nation at 9pm. Leo Varadkar tweeted ‘This is a Patrick’s Day like no other. We cannot stop the virus, but we can push it back. We will always put your life and your health first. In future, let them say: when things were […]

Leo Varadkar to make emergency broadcast to nation at 9pm - Extra.ie

He was speaking live across broadcast channels live as the country faced the first ever St Patrick’s Day in an emergency lockdownHe was speaking live across broadcast channels live as the country faced the first ever St Patrick’s Day in an emergency lockdown

Government asks kids to help parents, do schoolwork, and phone grandparents during coronavirus measures in Ireland -

Taoiseach Leo Varadkar addressed the nation this evening.Taoiseach Leo Varadkar addressed the nation this evening.

'Calm before the storm' Leo Varadkar says coronavirus outbreak could continue for months | Her.ie

Follow our live blog updates throughout the morning for all the latest on the coronavirus in IrelandFollow our live blog updates throughout the morning for all the latest on the coronavirus in Ireland

Coronavirus Ireland LIVE updates as Taoiseach Leo Varadkar to make live broadcast on COVID-19 - Irish Mirror Online