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A total of 442 new cases were introduced across the country as a strict visitor limit

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The National Public Health Emergency Team (NPET) reported 442 new cases and four new deaths on Thursday. It is recommended to restrict visitors to private homes across the country.

The state public health committee recommended that a maximum of six people from a family be allowed to visit another home in all parts of the state. This means that people can continue to meet socially in other settings, but only with people in another household.

The team did not recommend additional restrictions in counties with high Covid-19s, saying other teams would remain at level 2 for three weeks and Donegal and Dublin at level 3. No cabinet meeting is required to approve the tightening. Visitor restrictions such as such changes have already been issued as part of the government’s roadmap.

There are currently 1,806 Kovid-19 related deaths and 36,597 virus cases confirmed in Ireland.

The 442 new cases are the highest daily number since April 26.

There were 47 cases in Corbyn, 28 in Donegal, 23 in Meath, 21 in Galway, 20 in Monaghan, 14 in Clare, 12 in Roscomon, 11 each in Laois and Longford, and another 170 in Dublin. 28 cases in nine counties in Cavan, Limerick, Tipperary, nine Kildare, eight Wicklow, five, Lot and Wexford.

Of the cases on Thursday, 54 per cent were from burglars or close contacts of confirmed cases, while 69 were found to be examples of community transmission.

Of the 225 cases, 217 were in men and 217 were in women under the age of 45 on Thursday.

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Further collapse

The five-day average of cases was 412 and the incidence rate for 18 cases increased compared to last week.

The number of reproductions is estimated to be between 1.2 and 1.4, with a growth rate of 4-5 percent per day.

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