Today Covid-19 Cases In Irish Republic Reach 1,335.

The Department of Health has confirmed a further 1,335 new cases of Covid-19 here in the Republic of Ireland, in the last 24 hours; same figure up 172 on reported figures yesterday.

The number of people in our hospitals today stands at 282 of these 65 are being treated in intensive care units up 4 on yesterday’s figure of 61.

Yesterday, the Health Service Executive stated that those who are immunocompromised will be notified of an appointment for a third dose of Covid-19 vaccine from next week.


Here in the Irish Republic 381,883 Covid cases have been identified since the pandemic began, with sadly 5,209 Covid-related fatalities.

The 14 Day incidence of confirmed COVID-19 cases in each of the 8 local electoral areas of Co. Tipperary in the 14 days, between September 7th and September 20th, reveals that Thurles district has had the second highest number of Covid-19 cases (79); with Clonmel the worst affected district (99).

The Roscrea-Templemore district has the lowest number of cases, 24 in total, while Nenagh District has had 35 confirmed cases, Carrick-on-suir 41; Cahir 60, Newport electoral area 61, and finally Cashel-Tipperary Town District with a total of 74 cases.

Another 1,120 cases of the coronavirus were reported today in Northern Ireland, up from 1,030 reported yesterday.
This brings to 2,455 the number of Covid-19 cases reported on the Irish mainland today; up a further 262 cases on yesterday’s reported figures.

Vaccination continues to offer the best protection against the most severe effects of COVID-19, including hospitalisation and death.


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