970 new cases and 13 deaths

970 new cases and 13 deaths

The Department of Health confirmed 970 of the 19 cases of Kovid and 13 deaths.

The number of people in the ICU is 28, down from yesterday.

Since the outbreak, there have been 81,228 confirmed cases of Kovid-19 in Ireland and 2,171 deaths related to the virus.

Nine confirmed cases have been reported by the Health Care Monitoring Center.

As of 2pm today, 238 Kovid-19 patients had been admitted to the hospital.

Of today’s cases, 470 were men and 494 were women, and 64% were under 45 years of age. The average age is 37.

Of the local crashes, 348 were found to be positive in Dublin, 60 in Limerick, Cork 59, Wexford 59, Lot 55 and the remaining 389 cases spread to 20 other countries.

Chief Medical Officer Dr. Tony Holohan said: “The current course of the disease in society is very worrying.

“Over the past seven days, as of midnight on Monday, 4,478 cases have been reported, an increase of more than 110 percent over the previous week.

“Over the past five days, we have seen an extraordinary increase in virus outbreaks across the country, significantly increasing the level of risk associated with the inter-generational mix that is commonly experienced during the Christmas holidays.

“It is the responsibility of each of us to rethink our plans for this Christmas season, especially when visiting elderly or more medically vulnerable family and friends.”

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The latest increase in daily figures is due to the fact that the country is set to return to Level 5 restrictions with adjustments between December 24 and January 12.

Taoist Michael Martin said the move was in response to an increase in the number of Kovid-19 cases, with the 10% daily growth rate being “unsustainable”.

Although there is no evidence that the corona virus is more prevalent here, he said in government buildings that “the most secure and responsible thing is still under the impression that it is here.”

The ministry agreed that people could travel beyond their country until the end of St. Stephen’s Day on December 26.

These changes will allow people to stay in the same place after December 26 and then return to their own home. However, new inter-county trips will not be allowed after that date.

Home visits will be reduced to another home from December 27th. Restaurants and gastro pubs should be closed by 3pm on Christmas Eve.

The cabinet also agreed that travel restrictions from the UK to Ireland would remain in place until December 31.

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A 48-hour ban has been imposed in southeastern England to prevent the spread of the highly contagious corona virus.

The ban was supposed to end at midnight tonight but has now been extended.

From December 8, HSE will provide updated advice to anyone traveling in England, Scotland and Wales:

– Instead of restricting your movements, you should now isolate yourself for 14 days from the date of arrival in Ireland.

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– You must schedule a Kovid test as soon as possible five days after you arrive in Ireland.

– If at any stage you develop Kovid symptoms, call your GP and let them know about your recent trip from Great Britain.

– If your test results do not “detect the virus”, continue to isolate yourself for a period of 14 days, as you may still be developing symptoms and protect others from the dangers.

HSE Chief Clinical Officer Dr. Colm Henry said: “This is more rigorous advice than the standard” restrict movement “advice that applies to those traveling to Ireland, but our priority is to keep our friends and family safe at Christmas.

“I urge everyone who has traveled to heed this advice and to show this attitude seen throughout the Pandemic.”

Meanwhile, 16 corona virus deaths have been reported in Northern Ireland. In the last 24 hours, 12 people have died and the official death toll has risen to 1,219.

Of the 2,764 people examined, 439 new cases were found.

The number of Kovid-19 patients confirmed at the hospital is 447, 30 in the ICU, of which 23 are on ventilator.

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