Ten more people have died from the coronavirus in Ireland.
There were a further 255 confirmed cases of the virus here today - bringing the total number cases to 1,819.
The patients are three women and seven men - nine patients are in the east of the country and one is in the south.
The median age of the patients diagnosed with COVID-19 who have died is 79 years - 68% are men and 32% are women.
There have now been 19 COVID-19 related deaths in Ireland - up from just nine yesterday.
Earlier the Dáil stopped work briefly at 8.00pm to applaud all the country's healthcare workers.
They are sitting in reduced numbers in a bid to pass emergency measures in response to the COVID-19 crisis.
However, they paused the debate to applaud the frontline workers leading Ireland's response to the outbreak.
Meanwhile three COVID-19 patients have died in the North, bringing the total there to 10.
The UK total of coronavirus deaths has hit 584 - after more deaths in Scotland and Wales.
Scottish First Minister Nicola Sturgeon announced three deaths in Scotland.
Public Health Wales said another six people had died and a further 113 people had been diagnosed with the disease.
The number of people who have tested positive for coronavirus in the UK now stands at 11,658.