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Covid-19: 1,110 new cases, 89 in hospital

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The Department of Health has reported a further 1,110 confirmed cases of Covid-19. It said there are 89 patients in hospital, while there are 21 people in ICU, which is up one from yesterday.

Deputy Chief Medical Officer Dr Ronan Glynn said: "Almost 7,700 cases of Covid-19 have been notified in the last seven days, an increase of 88% on the previous week. "Incidence rates have increased in every county over the past seven days. "The counties with the highest 14-day incidence rates are Donegal (725/100,000 population), Louth (474/100,000 population), Dublin (307/100,000 population), Limerick (258/100,000) and Galway (257/100,000). "During this spell of fine weather, we know that the vast majority of people are continuing to protect

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