Nine Covid-19 deaths were recorded in Donegal in the last two weeks of November.
Fifteen people have died with the virus in Donegal from 30th October – 27th November, according to new CSO figures.
There has been a total of 58 Covid-19 deaths in Donegal since the beginning of the pandemic.
The median age of those who died in Donegal is 83.
The CSO figures show that the median age of people infected with Covid-19 in Donegal is 39.
Donegal, Galway and Wicklow made up 33% of all cases linked to an outbreak for the week ending 27 November. Seventy-one outbreaks were recorded in Donegal in this week.
Dublin accounted for almost a third (526) of all new cases for the week ending 27 November, while Donegal is the county with the second highest number of new cases at 159 cases.
In the week ending 27 November, 188 of confirmed cases in Ireland were among health care workers.
The Department of Health yesterday reported a total of 2,080 COVID-19 related deaths in Ireland.
CSO analysis finds that there have been 1,682 deaths of people with underlying conditions since the start of the pandemic. There were 1,562 deaths of people with underlying conditions in the over 65 age group. Of the 129 deaths in the 25-64 age group, 119 had underlying conditions. In terms of underlying conditions, chronic heart disease was present in 44% of deaths.