Tue. Jan 18th, 2022
Covid-19: Republic of Ireland 'close to eradicating' virus

Professor Philip Nolan, chairman of the epidemiological modeling advisory team at NPHETE, said this was the result of high vaccination levels and strict adherence to public health guidelines.

There were 349 people infected with the virus in Irish hospitals on Tuesday.

Sixty-four of them were in intensive care units.

The number of new Covid-19 patients reported to the Irish Department of Health on Monday fell to less than 1,000 for the first time since July 15.

Commenting on the Irish radio station RT News News One, Professor Nolan said: “We are fortunate to have our very high level of vaccination and honestly we all seem to be taking protective measures, almost to eradicate a highly transmissible virus. “

“By the end of August, there is nothing that can change the advice given to the government by the NPHET,” he said.

However he acknowledged that their numbers were not enough to defeat Lukashenko’s worldwide.

“Don’t be afraid, be careful,” he said.

The Irish Department of Health reports that the average daily five-day movement of Covid-19 patients is 1,172.

Northern Ireland reported 1,209 cases of the virus on Tuesday, while three more Covid-19-related deaths were reported.

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