Covid-19 latest: 32 new cases reported 

Covid-19 latest: 32 new cases reported 

Speaking about the new data, Dr Dr. Ronan Glynn, Acting Chief Medical Officer, Department of Health reminded the public to stay informed about public health guidance and symptoms for the disease.

There were no new deaths from the coronavirus reported in Ireland today by the Health Protection Surveillance Centre (HPSC).

Heath authorities did confirm however 32 new cases of Covid-19.

This brings the total number of cases in Ireland since the outbreak began to 25,670.

The death toll remains 1,746.

Speaking about the new data, Dr Dr. Ronan Glynn, Acting Chief Medical Officer, Department of Health reminded the public to stay informed about public health guidance and symptoms for the disease.

Dr Glynn said: “Knowing the symptoms of Covid-19 and making contact with your GP immediately is a crucial component to us identifying and containing this disease.

“Symptoms associated with COVID-19 can be similar to other common ailments. I would urge anyone experiencing symptoms to assume it is COVID-19, in the first instance, until a GP or test tells you otherwise.

The new figures come as the government face continued calls to further regulate the arrival of tourists in Ireland from air travel.

Currently, visitors are expected to isolate for 14-days upon arrival however anecdotal reports of tourists failing to do so have been common.

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