Another big rise in Carlow Covid cases

Another big rise in Carlow Covid cases

"The number of people in hospital with Covid-19 has more than doubled from this day last week, and so has the number of people in ICU".

This afternoon, there were 776 COVID-19 patients in Irish hospitals, with 70 people in intensive care.

Also within the past 24 hours, laboratories have reported 48,254 new tests have been administered for a total of 13,530,371.

"We are seeing numbers I never anticipated reporting", Professor Philip Nolan said.

It's behind Dublin, which has 3,655 new cases, Kildare with 323 and 291 in Cork.

Other cases of the new strain have been reported in Colorado and California. The government had previously said its national vaccination campaign would start on January 8, the latest date for any European Union country.

"At this time, South Carolina, like other states across the nation, does have limited doses of that COVID-19 vaccine", Traxler said. We are seeing a really significant surge in infection.

The national incidence rate continues its rise, now standing at 583 cases per hundred thousand people over the last 14 days compared to 469.8 yesterday.

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As a result of virus, 30 524 people have died countrywide, while many in the world await the widespread distribution of a vaccine that may lead to an end to the devastation it has caused.

"One of the things we will be looking at to move to Phase 1b is appointment rates and utilization rates, also, of the vaccine", she said.

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"People should just accept it is Covid if they have such symptoms", Dr Holohan insisted. According to the HSE's national director of acute operations, Liam Woods, this will be subject to "ongoing review".

Dr Alhan Fadiani (right) and Donna Ko, pharmacist, preparing the Pfizer-BioNTech Covid-19 vaccine at the Soldiers' Home in Chelsea, Massachusetts, on Tuesday.

The European Medicines Agency (EMA), who must approve the vaccines before use in the EU, are expected to announce their decision regarding the Moderna jab in the coming days.

She discouraged any health care professionals who were considering waiting on the vaccine from doing so and said they should get it as soon as they're able.

The Department of Health has reported six additional COVID-19 deaths.

There's been another massive spike in Covid-19 figures released this evening.

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