CORONAVIRUS - COVID 19: IRELAND

SUMMARY

at 05/08/2020
Days (since first confirmed case in Ireland): 156
HSE Cases Latest Increase: 50
Total Cases: 26,303
Deaths: 0
Deaths To Date: 1,763

See below for detailed tables and graphs.

This page aims to make the Coronavirus COVID-19 figures for Ireland more understandable by presenting them as tables and graphs.
More data will be added as it becomes available.
More displays and features will be added and existing ones will be enhanced over the coming days.

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The COVID-19 Health Surveillance Monitor from the HSE for Ireland is available here.

An overview of the figures worldwide is at WORLDOMETER COVID-19 Coronavirus Pandemic

Data is based on that available at the Irish Health Dept web page on the Coronavirus, the Central Statistics Office and from Wikipedia.

1. Cases by Date

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2. Cluster Cases

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2a. Clusters (Cumulative)

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3. Cases by County



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4. Cases by Age Group (Table)



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4a. Cases by Age Group (Graph)




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Cases by Age Group (Consolidated Graph)



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5. Hospitalised Cases with Cumulative Count

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6. Health Care Workers with Cumulative Count

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7. ICU Cases by Date with Cumulative Count

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8. Deaths by Date with Cumulative Count

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9. Merged Daily Cases


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10. Transmission Spread (Cumulative)

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11. COVID-19 Diary

31/12/2019First COVID-19 case notified to WHO in Wuhan Province, China.
21/02/202047 Cases announced across Europe.
29/02/2020First case confirmed in Ireland
01/03/2020First school closed
02/03/2020Google staff told to work from home
09/03/2020St Patrick's day celebrations cancelled
11/03/2020First death in Ireland
11/03/2020WHO describes COVID19 as a pandemic
12/03/2020Taoiseach announces closure of schools, colleges and childcare units until 25 March. Indoor gatherings of over 100 people and outdoor gatherings of over 500 people are cancelled
12/03/2020GAA, FAI Rugby's PRO14 and other sporting organisations announce suspension of all games
12/03/2020Social Distancing introduced
13/03/2020Dept of Foreign Affairs recommends against travelling abroad
15/03/2020All pubs and restaurants asked to close
17/03/2020Taoiseach makes TV broadcast
23/03/2020Supermac's, Macdonald's and other major restaurant chains announce closures.
24/03/2020Income Support Scheme announced
24/03/2020Taoiseach announces all non-essential shops to close. Public asked to stay at home where possible and only go to work if it is essential they do so. Groups of 4 or more not permitted unless from the same household. All public events cancelled
27/03/2020Stay-At-Home and cocooning measures announced
27/03/2020Emergency Measures bill signed into law (protection for tenants etc.)
01/04/2020Stay-At-Home measures extended until 5 May
07/04/2020Minister for Health gave Gardai powers to enforce restrictions on travel over Easter Bank Holiday weekend
08/04/2020Operation Fanacht launched - Gardai checkpoints and patrols on roads to discourage Bank Holiday travel
10/04/2020EU Finance ministers agree €500 billion rescue package
10/04/2020Manned checkpoints on roads to restrict holiday traffic
11/04/2020German test case numbers revealed
21/04/2020Gatherings of over 5,000 people banned until September
28/04/2020Operation Fanacht launched a second time - Gardai checkpoints and patrols on roads to discourage Bank Holiday travel
04/05/2020Stay-At-Home measures extended until 18 May but relaxed slightly (2k limit extended to 5k and cocooning restriction is lifted)
04/05/2020Roadmap for reopening society and business announced
18/05/2020Phase 1 of the Roadmap for easing restrictions starts
26/05/2020As of midnight Monday 25 May, 325,795 tests have been carried out.
20/07/2020Face coverings are mandatory on public transport, shops and enclosed places.

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