October 1, 2020

BREAKING: Two more deaths and 14 new cases as Government pushes back reopening of pubs and clubs

Two more people have died after contracting the coronavirus as 14 new cases of Covid-19 were confirmed this evening.

It brings the overall death toll as a result of the virus to 1,748. There are now 25,683 confirmed cases of Covid-19 across the country, according to the daily briefing from the National Public Health Emergency Team (NPHET).

The number of cases in Wicklow has risen by five to 708 in recent days.

The latest deaths were confirmed as the Government confirmed the reopening of pubs and nightclubs will be deferred until August 10.

The decision was agreed by the Cabinet as ministers met in Government Buildings this evening.

Earlier it was confirmed that there has also been a reported increase in the number of Covid-19 ‘clusters’ in private home in the past week, especially in the east of the country.

The majority of the outbreaks (72) were recorded in eastern counties.

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