Nurse Sinead Moloney
Nurse Sinead Moloney (Right) is hailed for her heroic work in lockdown.
A nurse who looks after seriously ill children in Temple Street hospital while juggling caring for her extended family has been hailed for her heroic work during lockdown.
Limerick-born Sinead Moloney has worked in the endocrine unit at the Dublin hospital for more than 14 years.
Now living in Lucan, Co Dublin, the mother of two has been recognised for her tireless efforts in keeping her family going, including posting sweet treats to her cocooning aunt in Co Westmeath.
“Family is everything,” said Ms Moloney.
On her work, she says dealing with the pandemic has been tough but she loves what she does.
“I’m not more deserving than any other frontline worker at the moment. It’s nurses, doctors, the cleaning, porter staff, as well as a bus driver or people working in a shop,” she said.
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Article adapted from https://www.independent.ie/irish-news/frontline-star-of-the-week/nurse-is-hailed-for-her-heroic-work-in-lockdown-39336560.html, by Gabija Gataveckaite