The Chief Clinical Officer Dr Colm Henry has said that the incidence rate of Covid-19 cases in Co Cavan doesn’t directly relate to the fact that it is a border county.
Speaking before the National Public Health Emergency Team, Dr Henry said that there were a number of factors that has led to the rise of cases in the region.
Dr Henry said the rise in cases can be attributed to the fact that there was an outbreak at Cavan Hospital.
He also said that there was also a rise in cases at care homes and other residential settings.
The Chief Clinical Officer’s comments come after latest statistics found that Cavan has the highest incidence rate per 100,000 outside of Dublin.
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