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Coronavirus: 358 New Cases Reported In Ireland Today


There have been 358 new cases of coronavirus in Ireland.

The Department of Health says that number may change in the future, due to the ongoing impact of the cyberattack against the HSE.

All COVID-19 test centres are currently operating as walk-in testing centres, as the referral system for tests remains down.

The latest figures from the HSE also show there are 102 patients in Irish hospitals with COVID-19.

39 of those patients are in intensive care.

COVID-19 vaccination is continuing despite the ongoing impact of the cyberattack, with over 2.1 million doses having now been administered.

Registration for a vaccine is to open to 49-year-olds tomorrow, before opening to other people aged 45 and over in the coming days.

Main image: File photo of Chief Medical Officer Dr Tony Holohan. Photograph: Leah Farrell / RollingNews.ie


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