*Photograph: John Mangan
Clare’s spread of COVID-19 remains low while a total of 511 new cases are known across the Republic of Ireland.
Detailed county figures were not provided by the National Public Health Emergency Team (NPHET) in a statement on Saturday.
Latest figures on a county by county basis detail that four daily cases were recorded for Co Clare.
At present, the Shannon local electoral area (72.4) has the highest 14 day incidence rate per 100k of the population in Clare with 22 cases in this period but remains well below the national rate of 164.1. The Kilrush LEA (71.4) has the second highest 14 day incidence rate with 15 cases in the timeframe.
Lower 14 day incidence rates are noted in the Ennis LEA (58.2), the Ennistymon LEA (54.9) and the Killaloe LEA (39.8).
NPHET stated on Saturday that a further 511 persons had been diagnosed with the virus across the country.
Notification of two further deaths related to COVID-19 were also issued. It brings the country’s death toll in over 12 months to 4,715.
Vaccine figures from March 31st outline that 865,460 doses of COVID-19 vaccine have been administered in Ireland, 72 percent of which are the Pfizer BioNTech vaccine. 246,457 people have received both doses.