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Last week
7th April 2024 - 13th April 2024
Two more measles cases confirmed - bringing total number this year to 13
This month
April 2024
Two more measles cases confirmed - bringing total number this year to 11
Last month
March 2024
Four more measles cases confirmed in Ireland
Three more measles cases confirmed in latest weekly figures
One new case of measles confirmed in Ireland, the fifth this year
Four measles cases now confirmed in Ireland
Nine more suspected measles cases in latest weekly figures
This year
2024
Three suspected and one confirmed case of measles reported in latest weekly figures
Nine suspected measles cases reported in Ireland
Two or more cases of measles are classed as an outbreak.
Seven of these cases have been defined as 'possible' measles, while two are listed as 'probable' measles
The suspected cases, all involving children aged nine and younger, were reported between 28 January and 3 February
Yesterday it was confirmed that a man in Leinster died after contracting measles
Last year
2023
Number of women diagnosed with HIV doubles amid 68% increase in overall cases
Cases of invasive Strep A are 4.5 times higher than expected so far this year
Irish national among dozen hospitalised in Bordeaux after botulism outbreak
Expert says new Covid variant is probably in Ireland, but there's no need to be 'overly-concerned'
STI notifications increase by more than 20% when compared to pre-pandemic levels
Public urged to be aware of winter vomiting bug symptoms as cases rise
Public health reform taking off - but success depends on State tackling inequality
All time
Parent of child transferred to Sweden for emergency RSV treatment calls for stronger virus messaging
Last week saw the highest number of cases of RSV Ireland has ever recorded in one week
Health probe underway into increase in E. Coli cases in Mid-West HSE area
Hundreds of thousands of Long Covid sufferers could cripple health service says Denis Naughten
Number of Irish monkeypox cases rises to 101
Number of monkeypox cases in Ireland rises to 97
Official Covid case numbers 'just the tip of the iceberg' as subvariants lead to summer surge
Coronavirus: 5,883 new cases and 1,182 patients in hospital, including 58 in ICU
Flu viruses now circulating in Ireland with reported rise in cases over past week
Three confirmed cases of the flu last week
HPSC reports no new cases of flu for second week
'Early days' for the spread of the flu as no cases reported in the last week
Ireland's first two flu cases of the season have been confirmed
70% of Covid-19 patients admitted to ICU in the last six months were unvaccinated
Syphilis outbreak partly caused by 'significant restrictions' on access to testing during Covid
Hiqa report reveals some main factors behind Covid-19 outbreaks in nursing homes
National Covid-19 wastewater surveillance programme to begin next month
HSE's disease surveillance centre receives €3m funding boost for 43 permanent roles
How this week's Covid-19 data compares to last week
There are 2,475 'open' outbreaks of Covid-19 in Ireland with 522 new outbreaks notified last week
INMO backs decision to publish ethnicity data for healthcare workers who contract Covid-19
Pubs and restaurants expected to close, but the data around Covid outbreaks paints a complex picture
Data shows Ireland's 14-day incidence rate now 46.8, Dublin double that at 89.1
HSE set to face difficult task in reaching flu vaccination targets for healthcare staff