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Coronavirus: 47 more deaths, 901 additional cases in Ireland

Coronavirus: 47 more deaths, 901 additional cases in Ireland”

As of midnight, Monday, February 15, the HPSC has been notified of 744 confirmed cases of COVID-19.

6 new cases of COVID-19 have been confirmed in Clare this evening with 650 new cases confirmed nationwide.

Monaghan has the highest incidence rate in the country at 420 cases per 100,000, followed by Offaly at 369 and Dublin at 352.

Thirty-four of these deaths occurred in February, 21 in January, one in December and one in November. There are 232 individuals now hospitalized with COVID-19, 63 of whom are in intensive care.

There have been 48 additional hospitalisations in the past 24 hours.

Since the pandemic began past year, there have been 26,132 cases among Westmoreland County residents, with 18,586 of them confirmed positive through PCR tests and 7,546 categorized as probable.

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On Wednesday, the Florida Department of Health reported that 2,487,055 Floridians had received COVID-19 vaccines.

"This underlines the need for people to exercise caution in households and other settings".

Paul Reid said exiting this wave of the virus was going to be "a lot slower than the scale and pace than we entered it" because the virus was still transmitting at a "very risky level" across the community.

A total of 69,167 people who tested positive have now recovered, and to date, 176,015 doses of COVID-19 vaccine have been administered in BC, 26,030 of which are second doses.

Mr Reid said the news was cause for "good hope".



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