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Coronavirus: How Many Cases Are We Likely To See In Ireland

Sadly 8 more deaths and 295 new cases of coronavirus diagnosed in Ireland, bringing the total num...

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08.28 31 Mar 2020


Coronavirus: How Many Cases Are We Likely To See In Ireland


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08.28 31 Mar 2020


Sadly 8 more deaths and 295 new cases of coronavirus diagnosed in Ireland, bringing the total number of confirmed cases now to 2,910. It comes as modellers are working on putting together how many cases we’re likely to see and when these cases may happen For more on that we’re joined by Professor Philip Nolan Chair of the NPHET Irish Epidemiological Modelling Advisory Group and member of the National Public Health Emergency Team – and also president of Maynooth University

 

   


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