We were aware of an incoming spike, but still, this isn’t good..
Wexford registered over 100 cases of Covid-19 following this evening’s statement.
103 people tested positive for Covid-19 in Wexford today, as per the Government’s statement and press briefing. Wexford’s incidence rate now stands at 418.1, still above the national average of 381.6.
It was a day when 3,394 new cases were confirmed in the Republic of Ireland, the largest number since the pandemic started.
The LEA district of New Ross in Wexford is still a concern as it’s still considered a Covid-19 hot-spot, as it has one of the highest 14-day incidence rates in Ireland.
With the rising numbers, we encourage everyone to stay safe. Together, we will get through this — and there is light at the end of the tunnel too as Covid-19 vaccinations are currently being rolled out across the country.
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