Analysis: Ireland’s Covid-19 second wave begins to subside

New cases are down by a third in the past week but deaths have risen slightly

4th November, 2020
Analysis: Ireland’s Covid-19 second wave begins to subside
New cases have stabilised in Dublin. Picture: Rollingnews.ie

Ireland’s second wave of Covid-19 infections is subsiding, with the number new cases falling by a third in the past week.

Between October 27 and November 2, there were 4,768 new cases of Covid-19, bringing the overall number to 62,750.

This was down 33 per cent, from a total of 7,102 cases in the previous week.

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