Irish Mainland Covid-19 Cases Reach 2,631 Today.

The Department of Health in the Republic of Ireland has confirmed a further 1,392 new cases of Covid-19 over the past 24 hours.

The number of people in our hospitals with the virus now stands at 288; down 2 based on yesterday’s figures. Of those hospitalised, the number of people being treated in intensive care now stands at 73 patients; up 6 on yesterday’s total.

According to Ireland’s Covid-19 Data Hub one area with the lowest Irish incidence rate is Newport, Local Electoral Area in Co Tipperary with just 25 new cases over the past 14 days, between August 31st – September 13th.
Using the same time frame, cases in the other 7 local Local Electoral Area (LEA) within Tipperary are confirmed as follows: –
RoscreaTemplemore 27; Cahir 40; Nenagh 50; Carrick on Suir 65; Thurles 67; Cashel Tipperary 81, and Clonmel 139.

From next Monday September 20th employees within the Irish Republic will be able to attend their places of work once again, but for specific business requirements only; however, a third of employers feel their organisations are not ready for staff to return fully to the workplace.

Meanwhile in Northern Ireland, their Department of Health has confirmed a further 1,239 cases over the past 24 hours; while, sadly, a further 10 deaths have been recorded.


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