A county by county breakdown of Covid-19 cases in Ireland 1 week ago

A county by county breakdown of Covid-19 cases in Ireland

Dublin has the highest number of cases.

74 new cases of Covid-19 were confirmed in Ireland on Wednesday night.

It brings the total number of cases in the Republic of Ireland to 366 and 434 on the island of Ireland.

At Wednesday's media briefing, the Department of Health released a county by county breakdown of the first 271 confirmed cases of coronavirus in Ireland up to 16 March.

Of the 271 cases notified; 40% are male and 59% female.

84 of those cases resulted in hospitalisation, although it should be noted that all early cases were treated in hospital regardless of the severity. Six people were admitted to intensive care units as a result of the virus.

The highest number of cases is in the 35-44 category making up 23% of all cases.

A full breakdown of the number of cases by county can be seen below:

  • Carlow < = 5
  • Cavan < = 5
  • Clare < = 5
  • Donegal < = 5
  • Kildare < = 5
  • Kilkenny < = 5
  • Longford < = 5
  • Louth < = 5
  • Mayo < = 5
  • Meath < = 5
  • Offaly < = 5
  • Roscommon < = 5
  • Sligo < = 5
  • Tipperary < = 5
  • Wexford < = 5
  • Kerry 6
  • Waterford 7
  • Westmeath 7
  • Wicklow 9
  • Galway 12
  • Limerick 14
  • Cork 48
  • Dublin 129

Monaghan, Laois and Leitrim have no confirmed cases as of 16 March.