There have been no further deaths from Covid 19 but there have been 53 additional confirmed cases in the past 24 hours.
The death toll here remains at 1,763 with a total of 26,162 cases.
It comes as the Government announced there will be random testing at airports in future.
Just four cases were identified as having been transmitted in the community with 45 associated with outbreaks or close contacts of a confirmed case.
Acting Chief Medical Officer, Dr Ronan Glynn, said: “The source of transmission for over 90% of cases reported today has been identified. This is a positive development in light of the number of cases reported over the past few days.
“However, our five day average for cases reported is now 47. We all need to continue to adopt a prevention mindset and continue making good choices to protect ourselves and others while trying to live safely with Covid-19.
“People are still susceptible, this virus has not changed.
“We know how to break the chains of transmission,” said Dr Glynn. “Let’s stay the course by physically distancing, washing hands regularly, wearing a face covering where appropriate, avoiding crowds and doing all we can to protect each other.”
Earlier today, the Minister for Health said the Government will introduce random testing at airports because the “international situation is becoming more volatile”.