Women and adults aged between 25 and 44 account for the highest number of Covid-19 cases.
Women and adults aged between 25 and 44 account for the highest number of Covid-19 cases in Ireland.
11 counties have recorded less than ten new cases for at least six weeks in a row.
These new figures from the Central Statistics Office look back at last week's level of Covid-19.
The number of deaths related to the virus fell for the ninth consecutive week.
And the number of cases of the disease fell for the eighth week in a row.
Dublin continues to be the worst hit county, accounting for 51 per cent of deaths.
For six weeks in a row, Clare, Leitrim, Longford, Tipperary, Wexford and Wicklow had less then ten cases.
Donegal, Laois and Kerry had less than ten cases for seven consecutive weeks - a record Sligo and Waterford have had for eight weeks in a row.
Older people in deprived areas have been the most adversely affected by the virus.