14 more people diagnosed with coronavirus have died in the Republic.
It brings the death toll here to 85.
212 new cases of the virus have also been confirmed here today, bringing the nationwide total to 3,447.
10 of the deaths happened in the east of the country and four in the South.
The patients included seven females and seven males, while eight patients were reported as having underlying health conditions.
The median age of deaths in Ireland is 82.
Meanwhile, data on the 2,990 cases reported as of midnight Monday show that the median age of confirmed cases is 48 years.
834 cases (28%) have been hospitalised, while 126 patients had been admitted to ICU.
752 cases (25%) are associated with healthcare workers,
Dublin has the highest number of cases at 1,645 (55% of all cases), followed by Cork with 255 cases (8%).
Dr Ronan Glynn, Deputy Chief Medical Officer at the Department of Health, said: “Restrictions do not mean you stop maintaining your relationships or your health.
"Adapt your hobbies; go for walks, exercise and do the things that maintain wellbeing within the limits of physical distancing and public health advice."
He also confirmed that expanded contact tracing for all confirmed cases for the 48 hours before the onset of symptoms will begin this week, noting that it "will reduce transmission of the virus".
Meanwhile, health officials in Northern Ireland have also confirmed two more people have died there have died after being diagnosed with coronavirus.
It brings the total number of deaths in the North to 30 - and an all-island total of 115 deaths.