Infectious Disease Weekly Report
HPSC publishes weekly data on notifiable infectious diseases at national level by HSE area. No patient identifiable information will be published by HPSC. Figures in the Weekly Infectious Disease Reports should be regarded as provisional until a process of validation has been completed at the end of the notification year. Annual infectious disease statistics are available here.
HIV & STI Weekly Report
This report presents the number of weekly HIV and STI events notified in Ireland. Data for the report are extracted from the Computerised Infectious Disease Reporting (CIDR) system. Figures in the weekly HIV&STI report should be regarded as provisional until a process of validation has been completed at the end of the notification year. More detailed HIV and STI reports are available at HIV Data and Reports and STI Surveillance Reports.
Outbreak Weekly Report
HPSC publishes weekly reports on outbreaks of infectious diseases in Ireland.
HPSC publishes weekly reports on outbreaks of infectious diseases. Data in the Weekly Outbreak Reports should be regarded as provisional until a process of validation has been completed at the end of the notification year.
Further information on Outbreaks is available at https://www.hpsc.ie/a-z/outbreaks/
Influenza Surveillance Reports
Influenza surveillance reports are published weekly except for during the summer period when a short summary report is published fortnightly. However, in the event of influenza activity increasing during the summer a full report will be published on a weekly basis.
COVID-19 Cases in Ireland
Since February 2023, XBB (and other recombinant) SARS-CoV-2 variants have dominated circulating SARS-CoV-2 variants worldwide. Since mid-June 2023 a new variant EG.5 which is a descendant of one of these XBB lineages (XBB.1.9.2) and related lineages with the F456L mutation in the spike protein have been increasing in predominance globally and in Ireland. These ‘XBB.1.5-like + F456L’ accounted for 44.2% of SARS-CoV-2 sequences in Ireland in the latest five weeks of data (week 30 2023 to week 34 2023). A new WHO variant under monitoring, BA.2.86 has not been detected in Ireland to date. Read more in the latest virus variant report...