‘Even if we get back on track today, we won’t have 100 cases a day until December 12’

Covid-19 analysis: Progress has stalled as testing numbers continue to fall

17th November, 2020
‘Even if we get back on track today, we won’t have 100 cases a day until December 12’
There were 75,951 tests last week, the lowest level since September 14. This marks the third week of falling test numbers. Picture: Rollingnews.ie

Progress in bringing the second wave under control has stagnated in recent days, with spikes in cases in some counties and falling testing numbers nationwide.

While the average total number of cases fell this week compared to last, daily case numbers began to climb again on Wednesday.

Nphet have raised concerns that the progress made in recent weeks is being eroded

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