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HPSC reports increased Covid activity in Ireland

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There is increased Covid-19 activity in Ireland, the Health Protection Surveillance Centre has said. There were 502 cases seen in the week to 2 June, compared with 306 cases the previous week.

However, there were no ICU admissions and no deaths reported in the last week. No new variant of concern has been identified and currently the predominant variant is the JN.1 strain.

The HPSC said that increased waves are usually seen every three to five months. The last substantial waves of Covid-19 were seen in December 2023 and January 2024.

The HPSC said that spring and summer waves tend to be smaller than winter waves. Several other European countries are also reporting increased activity.

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