COVID-19 Update: Ireland Records 29 Death And New Cases

The Department of Health have announced 29 more COVID-19 related death on Thursday and this brings the total number of deaths to 1,403.   The Chief Medical Officer Dr Tony Holohan said of those who had died, 69 occurred in an intensive care unit and 86.4% had an underlying medical condition.   A further 137 cases of the virus have also been diagnosed, bringing the number of confirmed cases in Ireland to 22,385.   Dr Tony Holohan said there are 76 patients presently with Covid-19 at intensive care unit.

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COVID-19 IRELAND: 52 Deaths Today, A Total Of 1,063 Deaths Altogether With 18,561 Reported Cases

Fifty-two new deaths related to Covid-19 was announced during the press briefing on Saturday 25, April 2020. This implies that a total number of deaths related to COVID-19 has risen to 1,063. The figures announced by the National Public Health Emergency Team shows a further 377 confirmed new cases of the coronavirus which brings Ireland to the total number of 18,561 recorded cases. The statistics below shows the cumulative distribution of the cases: 57% are female and 43% are male the median age of confirmed cases is 49 years 2,536 cases…

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