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‘Circuit breaker’ may be locked down after seeing thousands of new corona virus cases in Ireland on Saturday

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A short and severe lockdown may occur as the Irish government considers drastic measures to prevent and prevent the spread of the corona virus.

After a huge jump in cases on Saturday, he said the country could try a different “circuit breaker” approach and prevent the numbers from climbing faster.

The new type of measurement, which has not been tested anywhere else in Europe, could be implemented in the next few weeks.

Leo Varadkar first mentioned the idea to Claire Byron earlier this week, and he may need it in today’s Sunday Independent.

He said: “No other country in Europe has tried this. It will be a test, but it will work. In Israel, it seems to be working.”

A row erupted between the government and the NPE after Leo Varadkar said that the advice to move to level 5 was “unthinkable”.

HSE chief Paul Reid said the situation was deteriorating rapidly.

Raid said: “Kovid-19 is deteriorating at a rapid pace. We all need to play a real role in protecting patients and health care workers.

“Increased hospital cases lead to more people in the ICU and cancel heart, cancer and other care. It can be reversed faster by doing the right thing today.”

After confirming 1,012 new corona virus cases in Ireland, Dr. Tony Holohan also gave a clear message.

He said: “I am very concerned about the numbers we see and how fast they are deteriorating.

As of today, all 1,012 cases have been reported to HPSC 24 hours a day, until midnight.

The 14-day event rate rose from 108 per 100,000 last Sunday to 150 per lakh today, representing a 39% increase.

All the major indicators of the disease are getting worse. For example, there has been a steady increase in test positivity over the past week. The test positivity rate was 6.2% until midnight on Friday, October 9, which doubled in two weeks.

“The number of cases of all ages across the country is increasing.”

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