No new Covid-19 deaths have been reported in Ireland today.
This is the first time that there have been no deaths in two consecutive days since March.
The total death toll remains at 1,741.
Four new cases of the virus have been confirmed in the Republic, bringing the total number of cases to 25,531.
The HSE is working to identify any contacts the patients may have had to provide them with information and advice to prevent further spread.
Over the past 14 days, the total number of confirmed cases notified to the HPSC is 141. 15% of these cases were travel related.
Dr. Ronan Glynn, Acting Chief Medical Officer, Department of Health, said he was very concerned by reports of crowds not observing social distancing outside Dublin pubs over the weekend.
He is calling on people to take up offers of tests: “If an environment does not feel safe, or it means you are unable to follow public health advice, do not risk it and go elsewhere.
“Between mid-May to the end of June, 35% of those identified as a close contact of a confirmed case did not take up the offer of a test. Every case has the potential to turn into a cluster, which in turn has the potential to spread through a community. If you are identified as a close contact, please take up the offer of a test without delay.”