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Irish premier: More than half of the population could contract coronavirus

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Irish premier: More than half of the population could contract coronavirus

Irish premier: More than half of the population could contract coronavirus

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Irish premier Leo Varadkar has warned that more than half of the population in the Republic of Ireland could contract Covid-19, as the government unveiled a 430 million euro financial aid package.

It comes as the government cancelled all St Patrick's Day parades across the country, including in Dublin.

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