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COVID-19: 390 new confirmed cases in Ireland

Health officials have confirmed a further 390 cases of Covid-19 in Ireland.

Eleven further people diagnosed with the virus have also died.

67% of cases reported are under 45-years-old.

The county breakdown is as follows: 172 cases are in Dublin, 42 are in Kildare, 21 are in Meath, 20 are in Tipperary, 18 are in Donegal and the remaining 117 cases are spread across 19 other counties.

17.1% of the population have received their first Covid-19 vaccine, 7.1% are fully vaccinated.


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