Donegal has less than FIVE confirmed cases of the coronavirus, the HSE has confirmed.
The figures were part of a ‘county by county’ released this evening.
There have been 74 new cases of coronavirus confirmed in Ireland, bringing the total to 366.
The Department of Health confirmed this evening that 45 of the new cases involved men and 25 are female.
Dublin has the highest number of cases at 129, followed by Cork at 48 and Limerick at 14.
Galway has recorded 12 cases, Wicklow 9, Westmeath 7, Waterford 7, Kerry 6 and all other counties excluding the three that don’t have any cases, which are Leitrim, Laois and Monaghan, all have fewer than 5 cases.
Tonight, the National Public Health Emergency Team published an analysis of the 271 cases notified as of midnight Monday, 16 March.
Of the 271 cases notified, 40% are male and 59% female, with 23 clusters.
To date 42% cases are travel related, 22% associated with community transmission, 17% are as a result of local transmission and 20% remain under investigation.
Two thirds of cases are people younger than 55 years, with almost one in four cases aged 35- 44 years.
One in five cases are healthcare workers with 37% of these cases associated with travel.