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Posted by HSE Ireland on Friday, September 11, 2020

Latest News:

Sunday, September 20th – 5.25pm – NO further deaths – 396 new cases confirmed

The Department of Health has confirmed that NO further people diagnosed with Covid-19 have died in Ireland.

There have now been 1,792 deaths associated with the virus to date. The figure includes “probable and possible” deaths.

An additional 396 new cases have been identified nationally bringing the total number of confirmed cases in Ireland since the outbreak began to 32,933 (1 confirmed case has been denotified).

*6 new cases have been confirmed in Clare.

*4 of the cases confirmed yesterday are now known to be in Clare.

The HSE is working to identify any contacts the patients may have had to provide them with information and advice to prevent further spread.

The total number of cases diagnosed in the county since the beginning of the crisis stands at 523 which represents 1.6% of all confirmed cases in Ireland. *(Measured at midnight on 17/09/20 but doesn’t include any of the cases confirmed today).

Figures from the Central Statistics Office have confirmed that 40 people have died in Co Clare from the virus. The median age of deaths was 81. (Correct as of 20/07/20).

Saturday, September 19th – 5.56pm – NO further deaths – 274 new cases confirmed

The Department of Health has confirmed that NO further people diagnosed with Covid-19 have died in Ireland.

There have now been 1,792 deaths associated with the virus to date. The figure includes “probable and possible” deaths.

An additional 274 new cases have been identified nationally bringing the total number of confirmed cases in Ireland since the outbreak began to 32,538 (7 confirmed cases have been denotified).

*There has been an increase in cases in Clare however an exact number is not yet known.

The HSE is working to identify any contacts the patients may have had to provide them with information and advice to prevent further spread.

The total number of cases diagnosed in the county since the beginning of the crisis stands at 519 which represents 1.6% of all confirmed cases in Ireland. *(Measured at midnight on 16/09/20 but doesn’t include any of the cases confirmed today).

Figures from the Central Statistics Office have confirmed that 40 people have died in Co Clare from the virus. The median age of deaths was 81. (Correct as of 20/07/20).

Friday, September 18th – 5.25pm3 further death – 253 new cases confirmed

The Department of Health has confirmed that 3 further people diagnosed with Covid-19 have died in Ireland.

There have now been 1,792 deaths associated with the virus to date. The figure includes “probable and possible” deaths.

An additional 253 new cases have been identified nationally bringing the total number of confirmed cases in Ireland since the outbreak began to 32,271. *(5 confirmed cases have been denotified)

*At least one further case has been reported in Clare. 30 of the 253 cases confirmed today are spread across 11 counties including Clare.

**It has also been confirmed that 2 of the cases reported yesterday are in Clare.

The HSE is working to identify any contacts the patients may have had to provide them with information and advice to prevent further spread.

The total number of cases diagnosed in the county since the beginning of the crisis stands at 510 which represents 1.6% of all confirmed cases in Ireland. *(Measured at midnight on 16/09/20 but doesn’t include any of the cases confirmed today).

Figures from the Central Statistics Office have confirmed that 40 people have died in Co Clare from the virus. The median age of deaths was 81. (Correct as of 20/07/20).

Thursday, September 17th – 5.45pm1 further death – 240 new cases confirmed

The Department of Health has confirmed that 1 further person diagnosed with Covid-19 have died in Ireland.

There have now been 1,789 deaths associated with the virus to date. The figure includes “probable and possible” deaths. (2 deaths have been denotified)

An additional 240 new cases have been identified nationally bringing the total number of confirmed cases in Ireland since the outbreak began to 32,023. *(16 confirmed cases have been denotified)

*At least one further case has been reported in Clare. 24 of the 240 cases confirmed today are spread across 12 counties including Clare.

**It has also been confirmed that 3 of the cases reported yesterday are in Clare.

The HSE is working to identify any contacts the patients may have had to provide them with information and advice to prevent further spread.

The total number of cases diagnosed in the county since the beginning of the crisis stands at 508 which represents 1.6% of all confirmed cases in Ireland. *(Measured at midnight on 15/09/20 but doesn’t include any of the cases confirmed today).

Figures from the Central Statistics Office have confirmed that 40 people have died in Co Clare from the virus. The median age of deaths was 81. (Correct as of 20/07/20).

Wednesday, September 16th – 6.25pm3 further deaths – 254 new cases confirmed

The Department of Health has confirmed that 3 further people diagnosed with Covid-19 have died in Ireland.

There have now been 1,790 deaths associated with the virus to date. The figure includes “probable and possible” deaths.

An additional 254 new cases have been identified nationally bringing the total number of confirmed cases in Ireland since the outbreak began to 30,799. *(4 confirmed cases have been denotified)

*At least one further case has been reported in Clare. 28 of the 254 cases confirmed today are spread across 12 counties including Clare.

**It has also been confirmed that 2 of the cases reported yesterday are in Clare.

The HSE is working to identify any contacts the patients may have had to provide them with information and advice to prevent further spread.

The total number of cases diagnosed in the county since the beginning of the crisis stands at 505 which represents 1.6% of all confirmed cases in Ireland. *(Measured at midnight on 14/09/20 but doesn’t include any of the cases confirmed today).

Figures from the Central Statistics Office have confirmed that 40 people have died in Co Clare from the virus. The median age of deaths was 81. (Correct as of 20/07/20).

Tuesday, September 15th – 5.42pm3 further deaths – 357 new cases confirmed

The Department of Health has confirmed that 3 further people diagnosed with Covid-19 have died in Ireland.

There have now been 1,787 deaths associated with the virus to date. The figure includes “probable and possible” deaths.

An additional 357 new cases have been identified nationally bringing the total number of confirmed cases in Ireland since the outbreak began to 30,549. *(2 confirmed cases have been denotified)

*At least one further case has been reported in Clare. 32 of the 357 cases confirmed today are spread across 11 counties including Clare.

**It has also been confirmed that 1 of the cases confirmed yesterday is in Clare.

The HSE is working to identify any contacts the patients may have had to provide them with information and advice to prevent further spread.

The total number of cases diagnosed in the county since the beginning of the crisis stands at 503 which represents 1.6% of all confirmed cases in Ireland. *(Measured at midnight on 12/09/20 but doesn’t include any of the cases confirmed today).

Figures from the Central Statistics Office have confirmed that 40 people have died in Co Clare from the virus. The median age of deaths was 81. (Correct as of 20/07/20).

Visit the HSE website for lasted information on Covid-19.

Monday, September 14th – 6.12pmNO further deaths – 208 new cases confirmed

The Department of Health has confirmed that NO further people diagnosed with Covid-19 have died in Ireland.

There have now been 1,784 deaths associated with the virus to date. The figure includes “probable and possible” deaths.

An additional 208 new cases have been identified nationally bringing the total number of confirmed cases in Ireland since the outbreak began to 30,192.

*At least one further case has been reported in Clare. 24 of the 208 cases confirmed today are spread across 14 counties including Clare.

The HSE is working to identify any contacts the patients may have had to provide them with information and advice to prevent further spread.

The total number of cases diagnosed in the county since the beginning of the crisis stands at 502 which represents 1.6% of all confirmed cases in Ireland. *(Measured at midnight on 12/09/20 but doesn’t include any of the cases confirmed today).

Figures from the Central Statistics Office have confirmed that 40 people have died in Co Clare from the virus. The median age of deaths was 81. (Correct as of 20/07/20).

Visit the HSE website for lasted information on Covid-19.

Sunday, September 13th – 5.42pm1 further death – 255 new cases confirmed

The Department of Health has confirmed that 2 further people diagnosed with Covid-19 have died in Ireland.

There have now been 1,784 deaths associated with the virus to date. The figure includes “probable and possible” deaths. (1 death has been de-notified)

An additional 255 new cases have been identified nationally bringing the total number of confirmed cases in Ireland since the outbreak began to 30,985.

*5 further cases have been reported in Clare. 

**It is now known that 2 cases confirmed yesterday are in Clare.

The HSE is working to identify any contacts the patients may have had to provide them with information and advice to prevent further spread.

The total number of cases diagnosed in the county since the beginning of the crisis stands at 497 which represents 1.6% of all confirmed cases in Ireland. *(Measured at midnight on 11/09/20 but doesn’t include any of the cases confirmed today).

Figures from the Central Statistics Office have confirmed that 40 people have died in Co Clare from the virus. The median age of deaths was 81. (Correct as of 20/07/20).

Visit the HSE website for lasted information on Covid-19.

Saturday, September 12th – 5.45pm2 further deaths – 159 new cases confirmed

The Department of Health has confirmed that 2 further people diagnosed with Covid-19 have died in Ireland.

There have now been 1,783 deaths associated with the virus to date. The figure includes “probable and possible” deaths. (1 death has been de-notified)

An additional 159 new cases have been identified nationally bringing the total number of confirmed cases in Ireland since the outbreak began to 30,730.

*At least one further case has been reported in Clare. 46 of the 159 cases confirmed today are spread across 17 counties including Clare.

**It is now known that 3 cases confirmed yesterday are in Clare.

The total number of cases diagnosed in the county since the beginning of the crisis stands at 495 which represents 1.6% of all confirmed cases in Ireland. *(Measured at midnight on 10/09/20 but doesn’t include any of the cases confirmed today).

Figures from the Central Statistics Office have confirmed that 40 people have died in Co Clare from the virus. The median age of deaths was 81. (Correct as of 20/07/20).

Visit the HSE website for lasted information on Covid-19.

Friday, September 11th – 5.38pm1 further death – 211 new cases confirmed

The Department of Health has confirmed that 1 further person diagnosed with Covid-19 has died in Ireland.

There have now been 1,782 deaths associated with the virus to date. The figure includes “probable and possible” deaths.

An additional 211 new cases have been identified nationally bringing the total number of confirmed cases in Ireland since the outbreak began to 30,571.

*At least one further case has been reported in Clare. 24 of the 211 cases confirmed today are spread across 13 counties including Clare.

**It is now known that 5 cases confirmed yesterday are in Clare.

The total number of cases diagnosed in the county since the beginning of the crisis stands at 492 which represents 1.6% of all confirmed cases in Ireland. *(Measured at midnight on 09/09/20 but doesn’t include any of the cases confirmed today).

Figures from the Central Statistics Office have confirmed that 40 people have died in Co Clare from the virus. The median age of deaths was 81. (Correct as of 20/07/20).

Visit the HSE website for lasted information on Covid-19.

Thursday, September 10th – 5.42pmNO further deaths – 196 new cases confirmed

The Department of Health has confirmed that NO further people diagnosed with Covid-19 have died in Ireland.

There have now been 1,781 deaths associated with the virus to date. The figure includes “probable and possible” deaths.

An additional 196 new cases have been identified nationally bringing the total number of confirmed cases in Ireland since the outbreak began to 30,360.

*At least one further case has been reported in Clare. 32 of the 196 cases confirmed today are spread across 14 counties including Clare.

The total number of cases diagnosed in the county since the beginning of the crisis stands at 487 which represents 1.6% of all confirmed cases in Ireland. *(Measured at midnight on 08/09/20 but doesn’t include any of the cases confirmed today).

Figures from the Central Statistics Office have confirmed that 40 people have died in Co Clare from the virus. The median age of deaths was 81. (Correct as of 20/07/20).

Visit the HSE website for lasted information on Covid-19.

Wednesday, September 9th – 6.15pm3 further deaths and 84 new cases confirmed

The Department of Health has confirmed that 3 further people diagnosed with Covid-19 have died in Ireland.

There have now been 1,781 deaths associated with the virus to date. The figure includes “probable and possible” deaths.

An additional 84 new cases have been identified nationally bringing the total number of confirmed cases in Ireland since the outbreak began to 30,164.

*NO new cases have been reported in Clare

The total number of cases diagnosed in the county since the beginning of the crisis stands at 487 which represents 1.6% of all confirmed cases in Ireland. *(Measured at midnight on 07/09/20).

Figures from the Central Statistics Office have confirmed that 40 people have died in Co Clare from the virus. The median age of deaths was 81. (Correct as of 20/07/20).

Visit the HSE website for lasted information on Covid-19.

Tuesday, September 8th – 5.45pm1 further death and 307 new cases confirmed

The Department of Health has confirmed that NO further people diagnosed with Covid-19 have died in Ireland.

There have now been 1,778 deaths associated with the virus to date. The figure includes “probable and possible” deaths.

An additional 307 new cases have been identified nationally bringing the total number of confirmed cases in Ireland since the outbreak began to 30,080.

*6 new cases are reported to be in Clare

The total number of cases diagnosed in the county since the beginning of the crisis stands at 479 which represents 1.6% of all confirmed cases in Ireland. *(Measured at midnight on 06/09/20 but doesn’t include any of the cases confirmed today).

Figures from the Central Statistics Office have confirmed that 40 people have died in Co Clare from the virus. The median age of deaths was 81. (Correct as of 20/07/20).

Visit the HSE website for lasted information on Covid-19.

Monday, September 7th – 5.30pmNO further deaths but 102 new cases confirmed

The Department of Health has confirmed that NO further people diagnosed with Covid-19 have died in Ireland.

There have now been 1,777 deaths associated with the virus to date. The figure includes “probable and possible” deaths.

An additional 102 new cases have been identified nationally bringing the total number of confirmed cases in Ireland since the outbreak began to 29,774.

*There has been no further increase in cases in Clare.

**It has also been confirmed that 1 of the cases confirmed yesterday is in Clare.

The total number of cases diagnosed in the county since the beginning of the crisis stands at 479 which represents 1.6% of all confirmed cases in Ireland. *(Measured at midnight on 04/09/20 but doesn’t include any of the cases confirmed today).

Figures from the Central Statistics Office have confirmed that 40 people have died in Co Clare from the virus. The median age of deaths was 81. (Correct as of 20/07/20).

Visit the HSE website for lasted information on Covid-19.

Sunday, September 6th – 5.40pmNO further deaths but 138 new cases confirmed

The Department of Health has confirmed that NO further people diagnosed with Covid-19 have died in Ireland.

There have now been 1,777 deaths associated with the virus to date. The figure includes “probable and possible” deaths.

An additional 138 new cases have been identified nationally bringing the total number of confirmed cases in Ireland since the outbreak began to 29,672.

*There has been a further increase in cases in Clare however a figure has not been confirmed. It is known that 24 of 138 new cases are spread across 14 counties including Clare.

**It has also been confirmed that 1 of the cases confirmed yesterday is in Clare.

The total number of cases diagnosed in the county since the beginning of the crisis stands at 478 which represents 1.6% of all confirmed cases in Ireland. *(Measured at midnight on 04/09/20 but doesn’t include any of the cases confirmed today).

Figures from the Central Statistics Office have confirmed that 40 people have died in Co Clare from the virus. The median age of deaths was 81. (Correct as of 20/07/20).

Visit the HSE website for lasted information on Covid-19.

Saturday, September 5th – 5.40pmNO further deaths but 231 new cases confirmed

The Department of Health has confirmed that NO further people diagnosed with Covid-19 have died in Ireland.

There have now been 1,777 deaths associated with the virus to date. The figure includes “probable and possible” deaths.

An additional 231 new cases have been identified nationally bringing the total number of confirmed cases in Ireland since the outbreak began to 29,534.

*There has been a further increase in cases in Clare however a figure has not been confirmed. It is known that 18 of 231 new cases are spread across 10 counties including Clare.

**It has also been confirmed that 3 of the cases confirmed yesterday is in Clare.

The total number of cases diagnosed in the county since the beginning of the crisis stands at 477 which represents 1.6% of all confirmed cases in Ireland. *(Measured at midnight on 03/09/20 but doesn’t include any of the cases confirmed today).

Figures from the Central Statistics Office have confirmed that 40 people have died in Co Clare from the virus. The median age of deaths was 81. (Correct as of 20/07/20).

Visit the HSE website for lasted information on Covid-19.

Friday, September 4th – 5.40pmNO further deaths but 98 new cases confirmed

The Department of Health has confirmed that NO further people diagnosed with Covid-19 have died in Ireland.

There have now been 1,777 deaths associated with the virus to date. The figure includes “probable and possible” deaths.

An additional 98 new cases have been identified nationally bringing the total number of confirmed cases in Ireland since the outbreak began to 29,303. (1 case has been de-notified)

*There has been a further increase in cases in Clare however a figure has not been confirmed. It is known that 30 of 98 new cases are spread across 12 counties including Clare.

**It has also been confirmed that one of the cases confirmed yesterday is in Clare.

The total number of cases diagnosed in the county since the beginning of the crisis stands at 474 which represents 1.6% of all confirmed cases in Ireland. *(Measured at midnight on 02/09/20 but doesn’t include any of the cases confirmed today).

Figures from the Central Statistics Office have confirmed that 40 people have died in Co Clare from the virus. The median age of deaths was 81. (Correct as of 20/07/20).

Visit the HSE website for lasted information on Covid-19.

Thursday, September 3rd – 5.35pmNO further deaths but 95 new cases confirmed

The Department of Health has confirmed that NO further people diagnosed with Covid-19 have died in Ireland.

There have now been 1,777 deaths associated with the virus to date. The figure includes “probable and possible” deaths.

An additional 95 new cases have been identified nationally bringing the total number of confirmed cases in Ireland since the outbreak began to 29,206. (3 cases have been de-notified)

*There has been a further increase in cases in Clare however a figure has not been confirmed. It is known that 32 of 95 new cases are spread across 16 counties including Clare.

**It has also been confirmed that two of the cases confirmed yesterday are in Clare.

The total number of cases diagnosed in the county since the beginning of the crisis stands at 473 which represents 1.6% of all confirmed cases in Ireland. *(Measured at midnight on 01/09/20 but doesn’t include any of the cases confirmed today).

Figures from the Central Statistics Office have confirmed that 40 people have died in Co Clare from the virus. The median age of deaths was 81. (Correct as of 20/07/20).

Visit the HSE website for lasted information on Covid-19.

Wednesday, September 2nd – 6.15pm1 further death and 89 new cases confirmed

The Department of Health has confirmed that 1 further person diagnosed with Covid-19 has died in Ireland. (1 death has been de-notified)

There have now been 1,777 deaths associated with the virus to date. The figure includes “probable and possible” deaths.

An additional 89 new cases have been identified nationally bringing the total number of confirmed cases in Ireland since the outbreak began to 29,114.

*There has been a further increase in cases in Clare however a figure has not been confirmed. It is known that 21 of 89 new cases are spread across 13 counties including Clare.

The total number of cases diagnosed in the county since the beginning of the crisis stands at 471 which represents 1.6% of all confirmed cases in Ireland. *(Measured at midnight on 31/08/20 but doesn’t include any of the cases confirmed today).

Figures from the Central Statistics Office have confirmed that 40 people have died in Co Clare from the virus. The median age of deaths was 81. (Correct as of 20/07/20).

Visit the HSE website for lasted information on Covid-19.

Tuesday, September 1st – 5.20pmNO further deaths but 217 new cases confirmed

The Department of Health has confirmed that NO further people diagnosed with Covid-19 have died in Ireland.

There have now been 1,777 deaths associated with the virus to date. The figure includes “probable and possible” deaths.

An additional 217 new cases have been identified nationally bringing the total number of confirmed cases in Ireland since the outbreak began to 29,025. (3 cases have been de-notified)

*6 new cases of the virus have been confirmed in Clare.

**It has also been confirmed that 2 of the cases reported yesterday are in Clare.

The total number of cases diagnosed in the county since the beginning of the crisis stands at 465 which represents 1.6% of all confirmed cases in Ireland. *(Measured at midnight on 30/08/20 but doesn’t include any of the cases confirmed today).

Figures from the Central Statistics Office have confirmed that 40 people have died in Co Clare from the virus. The median age of deaths was 81. (Correct as of 20/07/20).

Visit the HSE website for lasted information on Covid-19.

Previous Updates (by month)

Covid-19 Updates: August 2020

Covid-19 Updates: July 2020

Covid-19 Updates: June 2020

Covid-19 Updates: May 2020

Covid-19 Updates: April 2020

Covid-19 Updates: March 2020

See all The Clare Herald’s Covid-19 related stories here.

 

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