There have been four more coronavirus-related deaths in the Republic.
16 new cases of COVID-19 have also been confirmed.
It brings the total number of cases to 25,355, while the number of deaths has reached 1,714.
23 COVID-19 patients were in Ireland's intensive care units (ICU) as of this morning, while a total of 48 confirmed cases are being treated in the country's hospitals.
Earlier today, members of the National Public Health Emergency Team (NPHET) met to discuss Ireland's response to COVID-19 and the impact of the reopening of the country.
Speaking after the meeting, Chief Medical Officer Dr Tony Holohan said: "[NPHET] noted that approximately half of those diagnosed with COVID-19 in the community take more than 2 days from the onset of symptoms to make contact with their GP.
“The most important actions anyone can take from the moment they experience symptoms associated with COVID-19 is to self-isolate immediately, restrict the movement of household contacts and make phone contact with their GP.”
Data released today shows have been no new deaths related to COVID-19 recorded in Northern Ireland.
One new case has been notified.
The death toll remains at 543 in the North, while the total number of confirmed cases is 4,863.