COVID-19: 377 New Cases

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COVID-19: 377 New Cases

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05:08 7 Jun 2021


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A total of 377 new cases of COVID-19 have been reported in Ireland today.

 

The number of COVID-19 patients in Irish hospitals has fallen to 69 - and 26 of those patients are being treated in intensive care.

 

Today's new cases mean the five-day moving average now stands at 420, compared to 426.

 

The figures are subject to change, amid the ongoing impact of the HSE cyberattack on reporting COVID-19 data in Ireland.

 

The figures come in a day where restrictions have been eased.

 

People around the country are enjoying a meal and a drink out for the first time since Christmas.

 

Bars, restaurants and cafes have resumed outdoor service, as part of the latest lifting of Covid-19 restrictions.

 

Gyms and swimming pools have also reopened for individual training, and people can now go to the cinema and theatre.

 

Thousands of people have returned to work as a result.

 


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