Coronavirus: 47 deaths and 901 new cases confirmed in Ireland

Coronavirus: 47 deaths and 901 new cases confirmed in Ireland

Monaghan has the highest incidence rate in the country at 420 cases per 100,000, followed by Offaly at 369 and Dublin at 352. While the figure is a lot less than the peak of the third wave, further analysis shows that the county is now stuck in terms of driving Covid-19 out of the community.

Of the deaths today, 44 of these deaths occurred in February, 2 occurred in January and 1 in December.

There has been a total of 4,036 Covid-19 related deaths in Ireland.

There are now 434 people with Covid-19 being treated in hospitals across Northern Ireland - 53 of them in intensive care and 45 on ventilators.

There are now 69,167 people considered fully recovered from the virus, or 93 per cent of all recorded cases.

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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The positivity rate of diagnostic testing - a key measure of viral spread in Minnesota - has dropped below the 5% caution threshold to 3.7%.

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

Of the 695,629 people who have received some COVID-19 vaccine in Minnesota, 246,431 have completed the two-dose series. Since the beginning of the pandemic, 23,413 deaths have been tied to COVID-19.

The Pennsylvania Department of Health reported 92 new cases of coronavirus Thursday.

There is a data discrepancy between Island Health and the province, based on the timing of COVID-19 results. Henry reports 232 people in hospital, with 63 in intensive care.

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