Coronavirus: One further death and no new cases in Northern Ireland

Coronavirus: One further death and no new cases in Northern Ireland

Coronavirus: One further death and no new cases in Northern Ireland

The new report shows promising signs that the virus is losing its hold, thanks to people adhering to measures including social distancing, and reported that no patients were being treated in ICU.

For COVID-19 related deaths, those with an address in Belfast Local Government District (LGD) accounted for 238 (29.3%) of the 812 deaths registered in the calendar year to 19th June.

No new deaths linked to Covid-19 have been reported today - but 24 more people have tested positive for the virus in the Republic.

No new information on the number of Kildare cases of Covid-19 has been released as of yet this evening.

"In recent days, for example, some cases have had large numbers of close contacts that have required testing and self-isolation for 14 days".

Meanwhile, the United Kingdom announced on Monday that 25 more people had died in relation to Covid-19, taking its death toll to 43,575.

The United States in total accounts for a quarter of positive tests, while Brazil has 1.3 million cases.

The Chief Medical Officer is encouraging people to choose "staycations" this Summer, over foreign travel. 134,052 tests have been carried out.

As of midnight June 28, public health chiefs have been notified of 24 confirmed cases, bringing the total to 25,462.

Donegal 464 (0) Clare 369 (0) Kilkenny 355 (+1) Roscommon 345 (0) Kerry 310 (0) Longford 286 (+1) Laois 265 (0) Wexford 217 (0) Carlow 175 (0) Waterford 157 (+1) Sligo 128 (+3) Leitrim 78 (0) #Covid_19 (first time since Friday cases by county provided). 1,462 people have now been discharged from hospital after recovering from the virus.

Some 10 - or 43% of the 23 new cases - are in people under the age of 35, while 8 or 35% are between 35 and 54.

One more death was announced in the North today, bringing the total number of deaths there to 551.

Dr. Tony Holohan says he's "beyond nervous" about the return of global travel from next month, when the government is due to publish a list of countries that people will be allowed to travel to without quarantining on their return.

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