New data has shown that Milford in Co Donegal is the area of the country with the highest 14-day incidence rate of coronavirus.
It has a rate per 100,000 population of 355.8.
Neighbouring Letterkenny is also high with a rate of 305.5.
Outside of Donegal, Dundalk South in Co Louth stands at a rate of 299.1 - while Waterford City South is 284.7.
Edenderry in Co Offaly also has a high rate of incidence at 252.9, as does Piltown in Co Kilkenny at 234.3.
Limerick City West has a 14-day rate of 243.6, with Adare-Rathkeale also reporting a rate of 223.7.
Mayo also has high rates with Claremorris reporting 154.7, and neghbouring Castlebar at 153.4.
In Dublin, the area with the highest 14-day incidence rate per 100,000 population is Ballymun-Finglas at 192.7.
Tallaght-South is also high at 163.5 - as are Blanchardstown-Mulhuddart (158.6) and Tallaght Central (152.7).
Ongar has a rate of 147.9, while the Clondalkin electoral area stands at 141.9.
It comes as there have been three additional deaths related to COVID-19 and 335 more confirmed cases of the virus reported on Thursday.