Coronavirus: 271 new cases confirmed in Ireland

Coronavirus: 271 new cases confirmed in Ireland”

Minster for Health Stephen Donnelly confirmed this afternoon that more than three million doses of vaccines against Covid-19 have now been administered in Ireland.

Provincial health officer Dr. Bonnie Henry and Health Minister Adrian Dix say the province has recorded 165 new infections and no additional deaths as part of its exit out of the pandemic.

The health ministry notes vaccination levels are up to 74.2 per cent for adults and 71.9 per cent for all eligible British Columbians aged 12 or older.

Island Health identified the locations of 29 active cases Tuesday, including 17 in the South Island, eight in the Central Island and four in the North Island. But there are other criteria as well, including declining transmission and hospitalizations.

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According to the DOH COVID-19 Vaccine Dashboard, 66.2% of New Mexicans over age 16 have had at least one dose of the vaccine; 56.7%, or 952,746, are fully vaccinated.

The number of people battling COVID-19 in hospital increased slightly on Tuesday to 203, with 57 patients in intensive care.

Counties with the largest numbers of new cases were: Bernalillo County, 51; San Juan County, 44; Santa Fe County, 14; and Valencia County, 13.

Gustafson said public health officials are starting to plan a move away from managing COVID-19 as an emergency. The remaining people with COVID-19 are recovering at home in self-isolation.

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