Covid-19 Cases Reach 4,173 In Past 24 Hours On Irish Mainland.

The Department of Health has confirmed 2,966 new cases of Covid-19 here in the Republic of Ireland over the past 24 hours. Same represents the highest number of cases confirmed since January 16th, 2021, when 3,231 new cases were reported.

As of this morning there are 470 patients in our hospital with the virus, down 11 on yesterday’s reported figures. Of these, 92 patients are being treated in our ICU, down five over the same time frame.

Chief Medical Officer Dr Tony Holohan has reiterated yet again that the only way to break transmission of the virus is by following all aspects of public health advice, i.e. avoid crowded parties, wear face coverings and wash or sanitise hands frequently.

14 Day Incidence per 100k of identified COVID-19 cases, by Local Electoral Areas, within Co. Tipperary, between October 12th, 2021 and October 25th, 2021 are shown as follows: –
Thurles – 60; Roscrea – Templemore – 66; Newport – 75; Cashel – Tipperary 80; Clonmel – 81; Carrick-On-Suir – 109; Cahir – 132; Nenagh – 209.

In Northern Ireland another 1,207 cases of coronavirus were reported over the past 24 hours, with sadly 8 more Covid-19-related deaths.

NPHET continues to urge the few remaining unvaccinated people here in the Irish Republic who have been offered a vaccine, to take it and importantly to make sure to present themselves for their second vaccine dose.


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