The 14-day incidence rate of Covid-19 has risen in most parts of Limerick
The 14-day-incidence rate of Covid-19 has risen in five of the six Local Electoral Areas in Limerick despite an overall reduction in the incidence rate across the county.
According to new data published on the Covid-19 Data Hub, two LEAs - Adare/Rathkeale and Newcastle West - currently have an incidence rate which is more than twice the national average of 80.2 cases (per 100,000 population).
Only the Cappamore/Kilmallock Municipal District has a rate which is lower than than the national average.
According to the data, there were a total of 268 confirmed cases of Covid-19 in Limerick between November 24 and December 7 - down from 370 during the previous fortnight (November 10-24).
Nationally the latest data shoes the highest rates of infection are in Carndonagh, Donegal (518.7), Letterkenny, Donegal (322.2) and Claremorris, Mayo (257.9.1).
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