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557 coronavirus cases diagnosed in the Republic of Ireland

A further 191 coronavirus cases have been diagnosed in the Republic of Ireland, bringing the tota...

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10.58 20 Mar 2020


557 coronavirus cases diagnosed in the Republic of Ireland


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10.58 20 Mar 2020


A further 191 coronavirus cases have been diagnosed in the Republic of Ireland, bringing the total number to 557.

We get the latest updates from reporters and experts such as Sam McConkey, Infectious disease specialist with the Royal Colleges of Surgeons Ireland, Paddy Agnew, Sunday Independent Columnist based in Italy, Dr Colm Henry, Chief Clinical Officer of the HSE, Dr. Margaret Harris Spokesperson for the World Health Organisation and Cillian De Gascun Chair of the Coronavirus Expert Advisory Group at the Department of Health's National Public Health Emergency Team.


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