There are five new cases of Covid-19 in New Zealand, four cases in the community and one imported case.
State health officials announced on Friday that Lake County is among 28 other counties at "warning level" for coronavirus risk and are urging residents to take precautions to prevent spreading the virus.
While there is a significant number of new cases in Dublin Dr Glynn also says "It is important to look at the day's figures in the context of our seven and 14 day incidence rates".
A Christchurch person discussed yesterday as being under further investigation has now been confirmed as not a case of Covid-19 and the investigation has been closed, the ministry said.More news: Cirstea upsets 9th seed Konta in US Open second round marathon
The health department's full update for September 4 is here.
The Illinois Department of Public Health (IDPH) reported 29 Illinois counties are now at warning level: Boone, Bureau, Clinton, Coles, Cumberland, Edgar, Effingham, Fayette, Greene, Henry, Jasper, Jefferson, Jersey, Lake, Lawrence, Madison, McLean, Monroe, Pulaski, Randolph, Rock Island, Shelby, Stark, St. Clair, Union, Wabash, Warren, Williamson, Will.
"The one imported case is a man in his 20s who arrived from India on 23 August and who has been staying in an Auckland isolation facility".
Williams was admitted to hospital on August 13 and was thought to have come in close contact with someone connected to the Auckland August cluster. An exception is the Manor Care Rehab Center on Johnson Ferry Place, which in June and July reported three deaths and more than 30 staff cases. Public and event venues can have up to 100 people.More news: TCL unveils new tablets and revolutionary new display technology
The target established by the state is for deaths to either decrease or remain stable.
Given the increase in the number of cases in Dublin, the HSE has opened two pop-up COVID-19 swabbing centres in the capital.
This brings the total number of cases in Manitoba to 1,294. "Remember that if you do need a test, it will be free".
The four new community cases are linked to the wider Auckland August cluster and are epidemiologically linked to the Mt Roskill Evangelical Church "mini-cluster".More news: Rapper Silento arrested after walking into stranger’s home with hatchet
He said that NPHET "pays close attention to trends and patterns in the data over time in order to analyse the progression of COVID-19 both across the country and in particular areas or settings".