Glynn urges people to meet up with only one household as cases rise

The Acting Chief Medical Officer has appealed to everyone to follow public health advice and only meet up with people from one other household at any given time.

Dr Ronan Glynn said the situation across the country is of “serious concern”, and we must now limit the opportunities the virus has to spread from person to person.

The 470 new cases of Covid-19 reported yesterday is the highest daily number since the end of April.

The head of NPHET’s epidemiological modelling group, Professor Philip Nolan, said the virus has been growing exponentially since July.

He said if nothing changes we could see 1,200 or 1,300 cases per day by the end of the month.

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