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Irish Mainland Confirms 14,049 New Cases Of Covid-19 Today, Up 2,184 Cases Within Last 24 Hours.

The Department of Health, here in the Irish Republic, has confirmed 11,380 new Covid-19 cases within the past 24 hours, up from 7,143, or 4,237 new cases above what was reported yesterday.
The Republic’s confirmed figure is made up of 4,423 PCR-confirmed cases and 6,957 positive antigen tests registered through the HSE portal.

As of 8:00am this morning, there were 803 Covid patients in our Republic’s hospitals, down 5 on yesterday; with 51 of these in our intensive care units across the country; latter ICU figure up 4 since yesterday.

The total known number of Covid-19-related deaths in the Republic of Ireland, since the start of the pandemic stands confirmed at 6,531.

A total of 7,802,689 vaccines for Covid-19 (excluding boosters) had been administered in our Republic as of yesterday, with a total of 3,818,712 people having had their first dose and 3,744,552 having had their second dose, together with 239,425 single-dose vaccines.

A total of 2,842,319 booster jabs have been administered as of yesterday, in the Irish Republic.

In Northern Ireland, a further 2,669 confirmed cases of the virus have also been confirmed in the last 24-hour reporting period.

There were 467 Covid-19 patients in northern hospitals this morning, with two remaining in intensive care.

Sadly, 5 more people, who had previously tested positive for Covid-19, have also died in Northern Ireland hospitals, bringing their total number of deaths linked to Covid-19, since the start of the pandemic, to 3,237.

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