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14-day incidence rate in Cavan and Monaghan LEAs is below the national average

Dec 17, 2021 07:12 By News Northern Sound
14-day incidence rate in Cavan and Monaghan LEAs is below the national average 14-day incidence rate in Cavan and Monaghan LEAs is below the national average
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Co Cavan has the fourth-lowest incidence rate of the virus.

Every LEA across Cavan and Monaghan has a 14-day incidence rate that is below the national average.

In the latest two-week reporting period up to Monday, the national incidence rate was 1,305.

Co Cavan has the fourth-lowest incidence rate of the virus and each LEA in the county has a 14-day incidence rate which is below 1,000.

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The Bailieborough-Cootehill LEA has the highest incidence rate in the county, at 987 cases per 100,000 people.

This was followed closely by Ballyjamesduff, on 930.

The Cavan-Belturbet LEA has the lowest incidence rate across the Northern Sound region, at 851.

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Meanwhile, Carrickmacross-Castleblayney has the highest 14-day incidence rate across the two counties, at 1,176.

The Ballybay-Clones LEA has an incidence rate of 927, while Monaghan has an incidence rate of 886 per 100,000.

Nationwide, Portlaw-Kilmacthomas in County Waterford has the highest incidence rate at 2,138, while Manorhamilton in County Leitrim has the lowest at 508 cases per 100,000 population.

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