RTÉ’s Claire Byrne returns to her garden shed after contracting Covid-19 for the second time

RTÉ’s Claire Byrne returned to her shed to present her live television show tonight after contracting Covid-19 for the second time

The presenter is understood to be fine despite developing some symptoms over the weekend.

She was one of the most high-profile people to sign Covid in the early days of the pandemic but has persisted in hosting her TV show. Claire Byrne Livefrom far.

The backdrop of their garden house provided a topic of conversation in March 2020.

She also presented the Today with Claire Byrne Radio program from home this morning.

Opening up on her TV show tonight, she said, “I’m back.”

“Hopefully we get out of this wave, but many businesses and individuals have been seriously affected, both by illness and by the Covid-19 isolation rules.

“As you can see, I’m back. I’m not in the studio, I’m working remotely as I’ve tested positive and like so many people across the country we’re doing our best to work through it,” Ms Byrne said.

She spoke via video link to various guests, including Covid-19 experts, Professor Sam McConkey and Professor Luke O’Neill, who was in Bratislava, Slovakia, where he is providing humanitarian aid with Depaul to help war-torn Ukraine.

Meanwhile, another guest, Aonghus McAnally, was interviewed from the RTÉ studio.

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