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Post-lockdown divide exists as capital has most deaths and new cases of virus

 

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View: Prof Philip Nolan said it may be possible to have bespoke solutions to distancing rule. Photo: Gareth Chaney, Collins

View: Prof Philip Nolan said it may be possible to have bespoke solutions to distancing rule. Photo: Gareth Chaney, Collins

View: Prof Philip Nolan said it may be possible to have bespoke solutions to distancing rule. Photo: Gareth Chaney, Collins

A post-lockdown divide shows Dublin continues to see more deaths and new cases of Covid-19 than other counties.

It was the only county to record more than five deaths a week from the virus over the course of a month.

It remains the hardest hit by the virus as the number of people dying across the country overall fell for the seventh week in a row up to June 5.


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