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COVID-19: 1,627 new confirmed cases in Ireland

The Department of Health has confirmed a further 1,627 new cases of Covid-19 in Ireland.

Deaths are being released weekly due to the cyber attack on the HSE. As of Wednesday, 5,280 people diagnosed with Covid-19 died in Ireland.


The Department further confirmed that there are currently 415 patients in Irish hospitalised with Covid-19, with 70 in ICU.

Yesterday, there were 408 patients in Irish hospitals with Covid-19, with 69 in ICU.

In Northern Ireland, there has been a further 1,304 cases of Covid-19 reported.


Six further people diagnosed with the virus have also died.

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