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Roscommon records five-day moving average of eight new Covid cases

Jun 29, 2021 13:06 By Shannonside News
Roscommon records five-day moving average of eight new Covid cases Roscommon records five-day moving average of eight new Covid cases
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Roscommon currently has a 5 day moving average of eight confirmed Covid cases.

The county's incidence rate has risen once again - and is now the fourth-highest in the country.

New figures published by the HPSC show a total of 87 cases confirmed in Roscommon in the last 14 days- resulting in a per 100,000 rate of 134 - making it the fourth-worst affected county in Ireland per population.

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The data range, which covers the period from the 14th of June until midnight last Sunday reveals a total of 117 cases in County Westmeath in the time period.

Sligo recorded 86 cases in the same 14 day period - and its Covid incidence rate is the sixth-worst just behind Westmeath.

48 cases have been confirmed in Cavan in the last two weeks, with 24 in Monaghan, 15 in Leitrim and 19 in Longford.

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Donegal, Limerick and Waterford are the counties with the worst incidence rates in the country at present.

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