Fourteen more patients have died due to coronavirus in Ireland, the Department of Health has confirmed this evening.
A further 294 new cases of the virus have been confirmed in the past 24 hours.
The total number of deaths related to Covid-19 is 36.
There are now 2,415 confirmed cases of the coronavirus in the Republic.
The total cases in Donegal was 15 at the last regional update today at 1pm.
Sixty seven patients have been admitted to ICU, according to the figures from midnight Thursday. 489 cases (26%) have been hospitalised.
The HSE has also revealed that the median age of confirmed cases stands at 46 years.
Two more patients have died in Northern Ireland, bringing the total in the region to 15.
The new update comes following a government-directed lockdown in Ireland until 12th April. Everyone is urged to stay in their home wherever possible, with the exception of workers in key businesses and in healthcare.
Members of the public are allowed to travel to buy food and attend medical appointments. People are also allowed to get out for brief exercise within a 2km radius of their homes. All public and private gatherings outside of a single household have been banned.
Cocooning has been introduced for those over 70 years of age and those who are extremely medically vulnerable to COVID-19.