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Lavey Community Response to COVID-19

With the spread of Coronavirus (Covid 19) happening throughout the country, so too is the heightening concern of many who may be worried of what the coming period may mean to them, and how it may affect their lives.

Lavey Community has always been about looking out and caring for one another and especially in a time of need. Under the present circumstances, particularly for the elderly or those who may be unable to leave their own homes, we could be entering a period of significant apprehension and worry. Lavey community is only too willing to rally around and provide support in these extraordinary times of need.

The Lavey Community Support Group have established a team of volunteers
comprised from members of the Parish Community organisations who will be available to provide assistance in whatever way they can for those isolated in their own homes as a result of the coronavirus e.g shopping, collecting prescriptions etc or simply just for someone to chat to.

So please do not hesitate to call any of our volunteers listed on the numbers below;

Lavey Community Support Volunteers:

• Sean Mc Peake 07799888805
• Mary Toner 07523048545
• Paddy Chivers 07759634926
• Cathy Mc Garvey 07796095700
• Michael Murphy 07764211687
• Bernie Henry 079682245145
• Seán Convery 07713333152
• Owen Mc Nally 07812822438
• Olive Rafferty 07769878406
• Susan Duggan 07541508544
• Cathal O Loane 07763420226
• Phelim Mulholland 07845138788
• Helen O Neill 07929091403
• Fergal Mc Nally 07753566081
• Claire Scullion 07968745246
• Joe Mc Gurk 079 7799 5815
• Winnie Mc Peake 07543733506
• Brian Óg Boyle 07989965015
• Maurice Diamond 07711504821
• Fr Eamon Graham 02879642458
• Mary McGurk 07964660124

For up to date info visit:

If you have a high temperature and/or a persistent cough stay at
home for seven days. Do not go to your GP surgery, pharmacy or

Call your GP if:
• you feel you cannot cope with your symptoms at home;
• your conditions get worse;
• your symptoms do not get better after seven days.

If it is a medical emergency and you need to call an ambulance, dial
999 and inform the operator of your symptoms. Like seasonal flu,
the same public health advice applies for COVID-19 (Coronavirus):
if you cough or sneeze, use a tissue to cover your mouth and nose,
throw it away carefully after use, and wash your hands. Once flu and
similar infectious viruses begin to spread, the main method that can
prevent further spread, is good personal hygiene. Washing your hands
regularly will help prevent flu and other viruses spreading.

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