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Cases Of Coronavirus Last Weekend In Irish Republic.

The Department of Health in the Irish Republic has today confirmed 3,473 PCR-confirmed cases of Covid-19; up from 3,351 cases on Sunday. Yesterday, 2,865 people registered a positive antigen test through the HSE portal.

Two previous days of Covid data were also released today, showing 3,351 PCR-confirmed cases of Covid and 2,574 people registering a positive antigen test yesterday.
On Saturday last 4,847 PCR-confirmed cases and 3,076 people registered a positive antigen test.

However, today there were 634 people with Covid-19 being treated in hospitals across the State, up from 594 on Sunday. There were 53 patients with Covid-19, also, in hospital intensive care units in the Irish Republic; 1 more than on Sunday.

Parents and guardians of children aged between 5 and 11 years of age can now book Covid-19 vaccine appointments online. Minister For Health Mr Stephen Donnelly has confirmed that this move follows on from advice offered by National Immunisation Advisory Committee.
Note: Children attending must have a parent or guardian present. Children attending alone will not be vaccinated.

In Northern Ireland, a further 2,235 cases of coronavirus were reported today, up from 1,865 on yesterday.

Today, there are 443 patients with Covid-19 in northern hospitals and of these, 12 patients are in their hospital intensive care units, an increase of 3 on Friday’s reported figures.

Sadly, 4 more Covid-19-related deaths have also been reported in Northern Ireland today and a further Covid-19 booster vaccine is to be offered to all those aged 75 and over.


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