Public health officials have confirmed 183 more cases of Kovid-19 in Ireland. The total number of cases was 73,228.
However, the actual number of positive cases that occurred on the last day due to an IT error may be higher.
At a press conference this evening, Deputy Chief Medical Officer Dr. Ronan Glyn said an IT error could lead to 100 cases not being reported overnight.
In addition, the Department of Health reported that six more people died from Kovid-19.
The death toll from Kovid-19 in Ireland now stands at 2,080.
Of the cases reported today, 82 were men and 101 were women. 60% of cases are in people under 45 years of age.
The average age of individuals with a positive case reported in today’s statistics is 36 years.
56 cases were reported in Dublin, 26 in Donegal, 13 in Limerick, 11 in Kilkenny and 11 in Monaghan, and 66 in 15 countries.
At 2pm today, 239 patients with Kovid-19 were admitted to the hospital.
Ten additional hospitals were conducted in the last 24 hours.
The data assessment at the Health Care Monitoring Center confirmed that 21 previously confirmed cases were denotified, reflecting a total of 73,228 cases.
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The national 14-day event rate is currently 79.7 per lakh.
Donegal has the highest number of 14-day incidents in any country, at 212.3 cases per 100,000 people.
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The lowest incidence was in Claire, Kerry, Ofali, Westmeath, Wexford and Lightrim, all of which are reported to be zero or less in Covid-19 cases today.
YesterdayHealth officials confirmed five deaths and 270 new cases.
“It is important to keep track of the progress we have made in the coming weeks,” said Chief Medical Officer Dr. Tony Holohan said.
“Ireland has the lowest Covid-19 incident in 14 days in the European Union, and according to the latest ECDC figures, we need to stick to this position,” Holohan said.
“As the country moves to the third floor, there is no room for complacency in our response to Kovid-19.”
Tennis leo Varadkar said Kovid-19 Immunity A Kovid-19 vaccine is expected to be released in Ireland by next September.