2170 Covid-19 Cases On Island Of Ireland In Past 24 Hours.

The Department of Health has confirmed 1,098 new cases of Covid-19 in the Republic of Ireland today. There are also 163 patients in our hospitals with Covid related illness, and of these 26 are being treated in ICU’s.

Staff at the HSE have stated that 10,000 people availed of ‘walk-in Covid-19 vaccination centres’ around the country yesterday. As of this morning, 87% of the Irish adult population are partially vaccinated, while almost 76% are fully vaccinated.

In Northern Ireland, sadly 5 more deaths have been reported in the past 24 hours, together with 1,072 confirmed new Covid-19 cases.

Mass vaccination centres in Northern Ireland also saw a surge in activity yesterday, as they administered first doses to adults for the last time.

Same figures bring to 2,170 the number of Covid-19 cases on the island of Ireland in past 24 hours.

Meanwhile, according to a report in ‘The Financial Times’ today, Pfizer and Moderna have raised the prices of their Covid-19 vaccines in the latest European Union supply contracts, however Pfizer and Moderna were not available for comment on this claim today.


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