A further 49 people are confirmed to have died from Covid-19 in the Republic.
631 new cases have also been confirmed today.
It brings the death toll to 769 and the number of confirmed cases now stands at 16,671.
Department of Health Covid 19 press briefing https://t.co/fljRNucqH3
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Europe and the US now account for more than 80% of confirmed Covid-19 infections globally.
Over 177,000 people with the virus have died worldwide.
Close to 2.6 million Covid-19 infections have been recorded worldwide.
Europe has reported over 110,000 fatalities, but the US has more deaths than any other country, with over 45,000 people losing their lives.
Italy has been second worst-affected with over 24,000 deaths, followed by Spain with over 21,000 deaths and France with 20,000 fatalities.
Latest figures show 18,100 people have died with coronavirus in UK hospitals, up 763 on yesterday.
In Scotland, fatalities have passed the 1,000 mark after 77 more patient deaths were reported, while another 15 have been confirmed in Wales.
Another 665 fatalities have been reported in England.