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COVID-19: No further deaths and 1031 cases confirmed in Ireland

A further 1,031 COVID-19 cases have been confirmed in Ireland. This brings the total number of COVID cases to 50,993.  

The health department has said there are no deaths reported related to the virus. The total confirmed death rate in the country is 1,852.

Of the cases confirmed today;

  • 511 are men / 518 are women
  • 70% are under 45 years of age
  • The median age is 30 years old
  • 235 in Dublin, 232 in Cork, 88 in Cork, 60 in Galway, 47 in Limerick, 47 in Kerry, and the remaining 410 cases are spread across 21 counties.

Currently there are 298 patients with COVID-19 are hospitalised, of which 34 are in ICU. There have been 20 additional hospitalisations in the past 24 hours.

Chief Medical Officer, Dr. Tony Holohan said: “If you have symptoms of Covid-19, if you are waiting for a test result or if you are a confirmed case, you must self-isolate for 10 days from when you first develop symptoms. Self-isolation means staying in your room, away from other members of your household.”

“If you live in a house with a confirmed case do not go to work or school. You must stay at home and restrict your movements for 14 days,” he added.

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