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Irish Mainland Covid-19 Cases Reach 2,113 Today.

The Department of Health has confirmed 1,224 new cases of Covid-19 over the past 24 hours here in the Republic of Ireland.

There are 278 people being treated for the virus in our hospitals, up 17 on yesterday’s reported figures, with 63 of these patients in our intensive care units; latter down 3 on yesterday’s figures.

From tomorrow September20th, indoor dance; yoga; studios; art classes; indoor sports, and fitness classes will be permitted for up to 100 people, provided participants are fully vaccinated or have recently recovered from Covid-19.

In relation to remote working, an Tánaiste and Minister for Enterprise Mr Leo Varadkar has stated “We really want to see remote working become a permanent fixture of Irish working life. I hope employers are speaking to their staff to figure out what works best for them and the business as this phased return begins.”

His statement comes as preparations are continuing ahead of some further easing of Covid-19 restrictions tomorrow, which includes a gradual return to the workplace.

In Northern Ireland, a further 889 cases of coronavirus were confirmed over the past 24 hours, by their Department of Health, down from 1,072 on yesterday.
Alas, sadly, 5 coronavirus-related deaths have also been reported over the same time frame in Northern Ireland.

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