Eight adult hospitals have no Covid-19 inpatients at the moment together with St James's hospital in Dublin and hospitals in Sligo, Galway and Waterford.
The three Dublin kids's hospitals in Temple Street, Crumlin and Tallaght are additionally with out Covid inpatients.
Health Service Executive CEO Paul Reid tweeted there may be "further good news this morning".
Further excellent news this morning. 8 adult hospitals now have zero #covid19 inpatients (St James's, Naas, Tullamore, Sligo, Galway, Kilkenny, Mercy, Waterford). Also the three Children's Hospitals at Temple St, Crumlin & Tallaght. Great aid for sufferers, public & employees. @HSELive
— Paul Reid (@paulreiddublin) June 11, 2021
Figures launched by the Health Protection Surveillance Centre (HPSC) present that within the two weeks up till midnight on Wednesday there have been 5,370 confirmed instances of Covid-19 – the typical age was 28.
The HSE mentioned the cyber assault on its IT methods means this knowledge was collected by its Covid care tracker and could also be up to date when the methods are totally restored.
A 3rd of people that examined optimistic weren’t displaying signs and 70% have been shut contacts of a confirmed case.
Dublin had the very best variety of Covid-19 instances over that point interval with 1,750 confirmed. Limerick had 890 and Cork adopted with 474.
At the height of the third wave of the virus on 18 January, there have been 2,020 individuals being handled in hospital with coronavirus.
As of final evening, 59 individuals with Covid-19 have been in hospital, with 23 of those in intensive care models.
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