There has been another increase in Covid-19 cases once again in the Republic of Ireland…
Wexford has seen another rise in cases on Sunday , but the exact number of cases is yet to be confirmed by NPHET.
On Sunday, in the Republic of Ireland, a further 255 new cases were confirmed, with one further death. This brings the total number of Covid 19 related deaths to 1,784, while the number of cases now stands at 30,985.
Of the cases which were notified today, 129 are men, while 123 are women. 68% of the cases were in people under 45 years of age.
The full breakdown of the cases shows that Dublin had 156 cases which accounts for more than half of the total of 255. Waterford also seen a significant increase with 22 cases, while Donegal had 13, 11 in Wicklow, 8 in Kildare and five in Kildare.
The remaining 31 cases were spread across Wexford, Carlow, Cork, Galway, Kerry, Louth, Longford, Laois, Mayo, Meath, Offaly, Westmeath and Tipperary. There are currently 10 people in ICU, up for nine yesterday.
In Northern Ireland, 87 new Covid 19 cases were reported, while no further deaths have been reported. 17 patients with confirmed cases are in hospital with one of these patients currently in ICU.
If you’re looking to advertise on Wexford Weekly, please check out our advertising rates here & then drop us an email.
Register Now! For as little as €3 annually…
Soon, some of our content will be restricted. By registering, you will have access to all of Wexford Weekly’s content and you’ll also be supporting a growing independent brand. We thank you for your continued support.
– Access to all content
– Improved, premium features
– Discounts on products
– First to know about future buses
– Discounts on future events