Sunday, February 14, 2021

Councillors and members of staff at Mayo County Council have urged people who are struggling to obtain essential goods and services during the pandemic to get in contact via the Community Call line.

At last Monday’s meeting of Mayo County Council, Cathaoirleach Richard Finn gave an update on how the county has fared in the battle with Covid-19 since Christmas.

He acknowledged the rising case numbers and deaths as a result of the virus and offered sympathies to all who have suffered a loss in this time on behalf of the council.

He thanked all frontline and care workers for their work during a difficult time.

Cllr Finn urged those in need of the service, to get in contact with the Community Call, who are ensuring all vulnerable members of communities affected by Covid-19 restrictions are appropriately supported.

Interim Chief Executive Peter Duggan said as a Council, they were still delivering services over the phone and online. He urged Mayo residents to continue their great work in driving Covid case numbers down.

The Community Call line can be contacted on 094 9064660, seven days a week from 9am-5pm.

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