Covid-19 in Ireland: latest county-by-county data

Covid-19 In Ireland: Latest County-By-County Data Covid-19 In Ireland: Latest County-By-County Data
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Muireann Duffy
Monaghan's 14-day incidence rate of confirmed cases per 100,000 people has now exceeded that of Dublin according to the Health Protection and Surveillance Centre (HPSC).

On September 30th, Monaghan recorded an incidence rate of 166.2, surpassing Dublin's rate of 162.9.

The increased comes as the northern county has recorded a 467 per cent rise in cases over the past two weeks. On September 17th, Monaghan had just 18 active cases, whereas they had 102 on the final day of the month.


Despite Level Three restrictions in the capital and Donegal, the incidence rates for the two counties have continued to rise.

In addition to Monaghan, other Level Two counties have also recorded a sharp increase in the number of cases, including Roscommon, Longford and Cork.

Cork has seen the largest two-week jump in the country for the number of active cases recorded, going from 67 on September 17th to 480 on Wednesday, giving them an increase of 616 per cent.

Sligo has noted a 320 per cent increase in active cases, going from 5 to 21 in the same two-week period.



Following a recommendation from the National Public Health Emergency Team (NPHET), household visits will be limited to a maximum of six people from one other household.

A statement from the group said: "NPHET have further advised that Government extend the Level Two measures currently in place for a further period of three weeks, with Donegal and Dublin remaining at Level Three."

A Cabinet meeting was not required to extend the restrictions on household gatherings as such changes are provided for in the Government’s Living with Covid roadmap.


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