Nearly Two Weeks Without A New Confirmed COVID-19 Case In Kerry

Posted by


THERE was no increase again in the number of confirmed cases of the Coronavirus in Kerry reported this evening, with the total so far in the county still at 308.

The number of cases in Kerry has not increased since Tuesday, May 19.

The number of people who have tested positive for the virus in the Republic of Ireland so far, now stands at 25,062 after 77 new cases were confirmed this evening. Chief Medical Officer Dr Tony Holohan said 90% of people who contracted the virus have now recovered.

There was one more death from the virus reported this evening in Ireland at the daily briefing from the National Public Health Emergency Team.  The total of people who have died after contracting COVID-19 is 1,650.

Kerry has the 19th most cases in the country after Dublin (12,052), Cork (1,514), Kildare (1,417), Cavan (839), Meath (796), Louth (768), Westmeath (669), Wicklow (663), Limerick (594), Mayo (571), Tipperary (530), Monaghan (509), Galway (480), Donegal (477), Offaly (478), Kilkenny (338), Clare (360) and Roscommon (333). The Department’s Covid-19 information dashboard can be accessed by clicking here.


One Comment

  1. Matty O'Leary says:

    Yes, the County of Kerry and others are virus free.

    The Government by applying lockdown rules nationwide made the economic hit a knockout.

    The Counties like Kerry should have been allowed return to normality with the exception of non essential travel for ordinary people, entry or exit of the County.

    P.S. it’s only a matter of time before proof is found that the virus from China was created or escaped from a lab (which was funded by France with EU funding).

    How Michel Barnier authorised China’s secretive Wuhan lab at heart of C.O.V.I.D-19 mystery – News:

    SPECIAL REPORT: Evidence builds coronavirus came from a Chinese lab: