Monaghan doctors says we should move away from “doom and gloom” of Covid-19

A Monaghan doctor says we should move away from the “doom and gloom” of Covid-19.

Dr Aideen Brides said other ways of talking about the virus must be considered if we’re to live with it for most of 2021.

She said people recognise the seriousness of the pandemic, but must be praised for how well they’ve dealt with it.

Dr Brides suggested the Government should consider “regional unlocking” of counties that have shown to be stopping the spread.

Speaking to Northern Sound, she outlined her wishes for next year.

You can hear the full interview with Dr Aideen Brides below.