No additional deaths, 46 new Covid-19 cases

No additional deaths, 46 new Covid-19 cases

However, 46 new cases of the virus have been diagnosed and reported to the Health Protection Surveillance Centre.

She told Morning Ireland that she did not believe it would be necessary to return to a lockdown scenario because we are better educated on how to reduce the chains of transmission.

Of the new cases reported today, 27 are men and 19 are women, and the vast majority - 85% - are under 45 years of age. It is the third highest amount of the counties recording a rise in confirmed cases, behind Kildate (15) and Laois (8).

There are now 17 active COVID-19 cases being reported in Ravalli County including two hospitalizations.

However, our five day average for cases reported is now 47.

No information is available from Georgia about how many patients have recovered.

The state has administered 150,145 COVID 19 tests between July 28 and August 3.

From Saturday's county breakdown of cases which has been released today, there were no extra positive diagnoses in Clare. The lone exception is Dougherty County, site of Georgia's first major outbreak.

A Central Bucks South student athlete has tested positive for COVID-19 and is now in self quarantine, the district said.

In terms of raw numbers, 402 of the 6,769 tests analyzed came back positive, down from Sunday's 922.

The rate of positive tests per individuals tested has also declined, though it remains above the World Health Organization's recommended 5% threshold.

For most people, the virus causes mild or moderate symptoms that clear up in a couple of weeks.

All Georgia statistics are available on the state's COVID-19 website. The state total sits just under 950 people who have died in relation to the novel coronavirus. The U.S. has only about 4 percent of the world's population but more confirmed cases and deaths than any other country.

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