Just seven new cases of Covid-19 have been reported in County Donegal.
The Department of Health has been notified of 26 further deaths associated with Covid-19.
24 of the deaths occurred this month, with one in January and one in October.
The youngest of the 26 people was 58, while the oldest was 98. The median age of deaths was 81.
There have now been a total of 4,135 Covid-related deaths since the outbreak began.
The Department of Health has also reported 988 additional cases of the virus, bringing the total number of confirmed cases to 214,378.
70% of the cases reported are under the age of 45, while the median age is 32.
378 of the cases are in Dublin, with 68 in Galway, 61 in Kildare, 47 in Limerick and 45 in Louth. The remaining 389 cases are spread across all other counties.
The five-day moving average in Donegal (to midnight February 19) was 15 while the 14-day incidence rate per 100,000 population in the county (February 6 to February 19) is 155.2.
The number of new cases in Donegal during the last 14 days (February 6 to February 19) is 247.
As of 8am this morning there were 719 people with Covid-19 in hospital, with 149 of these being treated in intensive care units. This is down two from yesterday evening.
310,900 vaccine doses were administered as of Wednesday 17 February. 197,600 people have received a first dose of a Covid vaccine, with 113,291 of these people also getting their second dose.
Another three Covid-related deaths have been reported by the Department of Health in Northern Ireland, while 276 people have tested positive.
The vaccination roll-out in Northern Ireland continues apace, with the Northern Health and Social Care Trust, which covers approximately 470,000 people, saying it had vaccinated 50,000 people since December.