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COVID-19: 1,751 new cases confirmed in Ireland

Public health officials have reported 1,751 new cases of Covid-19 in Ireland.

There are currently 343 patients in hospital being treated for the virus as of 8am this morning, according to figures from the Department of Health.


The department has also confirmed that there are currently 59 people being treated in ICU.

As a result of the data breach that occurred back in May, deaths are being announced on a weekly basis, with 5,112 deaths reported in Ireland as of yesterday.

However, there has been a slight decrease in case numbers when compared to yesterday’s figures of 1,789 with 360 people in hospital.


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