Co Clare is now three weeks without a new confirmed case of COVID-19, health officials have announced this Thursday evening.
5.5% of COVID-19 cases in Ireland this month are associated with travel abroad, health officials have confirmed
“A worrying trend” is emerging in the Republic of Ireland with the amount of new cases of COVID-19 increasing, 24 additional cases were confirmed on Monday with no further deaths as Co Clare is now 18 days without an extra diagnosis.
*Photograph: John Mangan More young people in Ireland are continuing to be diagnosed with COVID-19 prompting anxiety among health officials…
Co Clare is now fifteen days free of any new cases of COVID-19 while the Chief Medical Officer has cautioned that any non-essential travel abroad should be avoided.
Co Clare is two weeks free of any additional cases of COVID-19.
*Photograph: John Mangan Co Clare is now thirteen days without a new case of COVID-19 while across the country six…
Three more deaths and 10 new cases of COVID-19 have been confirmed in the Republic of Ireland while Co Clare has recorded its twelfth day in succession without an additional case.
Two more deaths from COVID-19 have been recorded as the amount of confirmed cases in the Republic of Ireland has increased by four while Co Clare has now gone eleven days without a new case.
Two further COVID-19 deaths and 22 additional cases have been confirmed by health officials on Saturday evening with no new cases in Co Clare recorded for the ninth day in succession.