1. Irish people travelling abroad should return 'as soon as possible', Coveney advises  TheJournal.ie
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  3. Coronavirus: Failure to engage in social distancing ‘putting lives at risk’  The Irish Times
  4. Coronavirus in Ireland – Simon Coveney warns young people are ‘not taking Covid-19 seriously’  The Irish Sun
  5. Simon Coveney urges people abroad wishing to return to Ireland to do so "ASAP"  JOE.ie
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“We recommend that people who wish to do so make arrangements to return to Ireland as soon as possible,” Simon Coveney said. “We recommend that people who wish to do so make arrangements to return to Ireland as soon as possible,” Simon Coveney said.

Irish people travelling abroad should return 'as soon as possible', Coveney advises

The Taoiseach has said the restrictions being imposed on people to try to stop the spread of Covid-19 are "absolutely necessary" to protect human life and health.The Taoiseach has said the restrictions being imposed on people to try to stop the spread of Covid-19 are "absolutely necessary" to protect human life and health.

Varadkar: Covid-19 restrictions vital to protect health

Tánaiste says people should be confronted over issue to save thousands of livesTánaiste says people should be confronted over issue to save thousands of lives

Coronavirus: Failure to engage in social distancing ‘putting lives at risk’

Minister for Foreign Affairs Simon Coveney has urged people who wish to return to Ireland to Minister for Foreign Affairs Simon Coveney has urged people who wish to return to Ireland to "make arrangements to return to Ireland as soon as possible."

“Tomorrow is World Down Syndrome Day! Let’s protect the people we love; respect the need for #SocialDistancing #COVID19 - listen to Public Health advice & act accordingly #noexcuses https://t.co/fmVN04Z3dq”

Simon Coveney on Twitter: "Tomorrow is World Down Syndrome Day! Let’s protect the people we love; respect the need for #SocialDistancing #COVID19 - listen to Public Health advice & act accordingly #noexcuses… https://t.co/zn1XfGBrWx"

“Coveney: Young people ignoring crisis endanger others #COVID19 https://t.co/XifAsFj5TW”

Simon Coveney on Twitter: "Coveney: Young people ignoring crisis endanger others #COVID19 https://t.co/XifAsFj5TW"

“In the #Seanad today I raised the practical matter of over 70s still being expected to attend GP for medical report/NDLS centre in person to renew a driving licence during #Covid19Ireland @simoncoveney noted my remarks & Ministerial Order signed within hours to remedy the issue”

Michael McDowell on Twitter: "In the #Seanad today I raised the practical matter of over 70s still being expected to attend GP for medical report/NDLS centre in person to renew a driving licence during #Covid19Ireland @simoncoveney noted my remarks & Ministerial Order signed within hours to remedy the issue… https://t.co/EX24k1LVzR"

“China's Foreign Minister has sent a really positive note to @simoncoveney 🇮🇪💚🇨🇳”

Paddy Cosgrave on Twitter: "China's Foreign Minister has sent a really positive note to @simoncoveney 🇮🇪💚🇨🇳… "

The Tánaiste has warned people who are not observing social distancing will look back and wish they'd done more to stop the spread of the Coronavirus. Simon Coveney says people have to put pressure on their own families to follow medical advice and not have parties or gatherings. The Seanad is debating legislation to restrict […]

"People will wish they'd done more" - Coveney - Highland Radio - Latest Donegal News and Sport

Simon Coveney has urged any Irish travelling abroad to come home as soon as possible while commercial flights are still an option.Simon Coveney has urged any Irish travelling abroad to come home as soon as possible while commercial flights are still an option.

Coveney Advises Irish Travelling Abroad To Return 'As Soon As Possible'

Simon Coveney has urged any Irish travelling abroad to come home as soon as possible while commercial flights are still an option.Simon Coveney has urged any Irish travelling abroad to come home as soon as possible while commercial flights are still an option.

Coveney Advises Irish Travelling Abroad To Return 'As Soon As Possible'

TANAISTE Simon Coveney has said young people are ignoring social distancing recommendations and called out people who are not taking Covid-19 seriously. The Foreign Affiars Minister warned that the…

Coronavirus in Ireland – Simon Coveney warns young people are ‘not taking Covid-19 seriously’ – The Irish Sun