Another patient has died of Covid-19 related illness in Donegal, figures from the Central Statistics Office show.
There have been 42 coronavirus related deaths in the county since the outbreak began.
The most recent death in the county was reported on the week of 25th September. Prior to this, Donegal had not recorded any new Covid-19 deaths since July.
The median age of those who have passed away with Covid-19 in Donegal is 85.
Thirty-three people with Covid-19 passed away in Donegal in April alone.
The CSO figures, which are valid to 2nd October, show that the median age of people infected with Covid-19 in Donegal has dropped to 42 (from 1,147 cases). The median age of people with Covid-19 in Donegal up to 21st August was 52.
Women and those aged between 25-44 continue to account for the highest number of confirmed cases in Ireland.
The CSO has found that the percentage of cases amongst younger age groups has increased in more recent months with confirmed case rates in people aged under 24 at 34% in September compared with less than 10% in March and April. A different trend can be seen in the over 80s age group, which have accounted for 2% of cases since July compared with 20% in April. Health care workers now make up 7% of cases nationally, compared to a peak of 36% in April.