There have been 19 more coronavirus-related deaths in Ireland.
The latest figures show there have now been a total 1,303 COVID-19 related deaths here.
There have also been 330 new confirmed cases.
The total is now up to 21,506 confirmed cases of COVID-19 in Ireland.
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Dublin has the highest number of cases at 10,406 (49% of all cases).
It's followed by Kildare with and then Cork.
There has however been another drop in people being treated in Intensive Care.
That's now 98 - only the second time it has been less than 100 in the last month.
On Friday that figure stood at 99, down from a high of 160 back in April.
Dublin's Mater (pictured), St James's and Tallaght Hospitals have the highest number of confirmed cases.