A globally-renowned Kilkenny tenor is due to begin administering Covid-19 jabs from next Monday.
Ronan Tynan, whose family home’s in Johnstown, was a medical doctor before his singing career took off as well as notching up sporting achievements as a Paralympic athlete.
He’s since performed on some of the world’s biggest stages as well as at prominent ceremonies, including the funerals of a number of former US Presidents.
With his concerts called off due to the Pandemic, Ronan offered to work as a Covid tester but those services weren’t required.
But he’s been telling the Way It Is that he’s been cleared to start operating as a vaccination during a chat with our Sue Nunn which initially started out with him remembering the late Veronica Dunne.
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