As of midnight last night September 6, the Health Protection Surveillance Centre had been notified of 1,470* confirmed cases of COVID-19. As of this morning, there were 367 patients with Covid-19 in hospital, of which 59 are in ICU.
Here in Limerick, provisional data supplied by the Department of Public Health Mid-West revealed there were 46 new confirmed cases of Covid-19 on Friday, 47 on Saturday, 68 and Sunday, and 23 this Monday.
That is a sharp drop from the last week, with the number of new cases across the last 14 days numbering 912 in Limerick.
Meanwhile, The HSE is urging people to pre-book their test. For more see below.
Changes announced for COVID-19 Test Centres across the Mid West.— HSE Mid West Community Healthcare (@CommHealthMW) September 7, 2021
The HSE is urging people to pre-book their test via https://t.co/WVLA5Kcj0e or through their GP. Booking your test means less chance of delays and that you are tested at a time that suits you. #ForUsAll pic.twitter.com/3LRCjzC1hL
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