No Increase Again In Confirmed COVID-19 Cases In Kerry

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FOR the second day in a row, there is no reported increase in confirmed cases of the Coronavirus in Kerry, which remains at 268.

The national figures were revealed at the daily briefing from the Department of Health this evening.

49 more people have died from the Coronavirus in Ireland.  This brings the total of people who have died after contracting COVID-19 to 769. In addition to the 769 laboratory confirmed Covid-19 related deaths, there are also currently 113 probable Covid-19 related deaths here, according to the latest figures.

The number of people who have tested positive for the virus in the Republic of Ireland, now stands at 16,671 after 631 new cases were confirmed this evening.

Kerry has the 14th most cases in the country after Dublin (7,905), Cork (1,077), Kildare (851), Meath (539), Louth (489), Wicklow (463), Cavan (430), Donegal (416), Limerick (415), Westmeath (386), Mayo (339), Tipperary (320) and Galway (309). The Department’s Covid-19 information dashboard can be accessed by clicking here.

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One Comment

  1. Matty O'Leary says:

    The lockdown should be lifted on a county by county basis.

    If Kerry continues this way the lockdown should end, of course movement should be restricted on a county to county basis for citizens. However, logistic and necessary services would continue as usual.

    Ireland should lift restrictions on a county by county basis for the good of the nation and its national economy.

    Dublin, is a little more complex but anything can be achieved if our TD’s think outside the box to earn their pay.

    This is a crucial point for Ireland and the economic damage will out weigh the virus from China far, more decades of debt on our children’s backs!

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