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Every single county in Ireland now has at least one coronavirus case - here's a breakdown of where the virus is

Dublin has the highest numbers of cases with 402.

Phil Lynott's statue off Grafton Street.
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Updated Mar 23rd 2020, 6:33 PM

EVERY SINGLE COUNTY in Ireland now has a case of coronavirus, while the age group with the most cases is now the 25-34 age group.

Another 219 cases were announced this evening bringing the total number to 1,125 since the crisis began. 

The HSE has been able to identify 37 clusters across the country. 

Every county in the country has a confirmed case. 

According to the data released by the Department of Health regarding 836 cases, the following counties have been affected: 

county Source: Dept of Health

Dublin has the highest number of cases with 471. Next is Cork on 104, while Galway was 33 and Kildare has 23.

Age profile 

The age bracket which has seen the most cases is the 25-34 one, with 166 cases which is one case more than the 35-44 age bracket (165).  The 45-54 group accounts for 158 cases. 

There have been 139 cases for those aged over 65. 

See the full breakdown below: 

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The stats have also shown that 208 cases of coronavirus were contracted by those working in healthcare.

There is currently a 0.7% fatality rate in Ireland from the illness.

- Additional reporting Aoife Barry

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