No New Confirmed COVID-19 Case Reported Again In Kerry

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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.

It is not known how many of the 308 people have recovered from the virus. The number of cases in Kerry has not increased for a week now.

The number of people who have tested positive for the virus in the Republic of Ireland so far, now stands at 24,735 after 37 new cases were confirmed this evening.

There were nine new deaths 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 1,615.

Kerry has the 19th most cases in the country after Dublin (11,894), Cork (1,440), Kildare (1,395), Cavan (827), Meath (797), Louth (759), Westmeath (663), Wicklow (663), Limerick (622), Mayo (568), Tipperary (528), Monaghan (503), Donegal (478), Offaly (479), Galway (461), Kilkenny (334), Clare (322) and Roscommon (319). The Department’s Covid-19 information dashboard can be accessed by clicking here.

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One Comment

  1. Aidan Keyes says:

    Dermot Cream states that it is unknown how many of the 308 Covid 19 cases in Kerry have recovered.
    If you look at the facts it is possible to get a very likely number.
    According to Tony the king of numbers 87per cent of all cases have recovered. That gives a maximum of 40 active cases in Kerry.
    However on the 2nd of May the cases in Kerry stood at 301. Almost four weeks ago. It is most likely that ALL of these cases have been resolved. Since then there have been only seven cases reported in Kerry.
    Therefore the most likely tally of active cases is a MAXIMUM of seven.

    Journalists as yourself need to start asking real questions. The public deserve to know.

    How many active cases in Kerry?
    How many in Covid ward in UHK?
    How many in ICU?

    My understanding is that the Covid ward is closed due to lack of cases.
    Stop terrorising people and attempt to open what is left of the economy if it’s not too late.

    Regards,

    Aidan Keyes.

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