The Number Of Confirmed COVID 19 Cases In Kerry Has Risen To 53

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THERE are now 53 confirmed cases of the Coronavirus in Kerry, up six from yesterday.

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

Ten more people have died from the Coronavirus in Ireland. This brings the total of people who have died after contracting COVID-19 to 46.

An additional 200 people have tested positive for the virus in the Republic of Ireland, bringing the total to 2,615.

Kerry has the seventh most cases in the country after Dublin (1,233), Cork (208), Galway (68), Wicklow (65), Westmeath (67) and Kildare (61)).¬†The Department’s Covid-19 information dashboard¬†can be accessed by clicking here.

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One Comment

  1. Matty O'Leary says:

    In fairness, I see a real effort taking place by the public.
    Hence, in 2 weeks time there should be a real reduction.
    However, the government will have to take advantage and test as much as possible to identify new clusters of the virus and isolate specific localised communities.

    If Ireland has to stop international travel for the coming months or all this time in quarantine is a waste of the Irish peoples time.

    I think after his everyone will be happy to return to work and just holiday in Ireland.

    I hope people see how the EU was so dreadful to Italy and Spain. Hopefully soon the EU will end.
    The western world should also stop buying from the people who caused all of this the CCP’s China and western companies should be forced to bring back our industrial base, returning jobs in more democratic countries.

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