The Department of Health has been notified of eight further coronavirus-related deaths and 591 new cases.
Of these new cases, a total of 25 of thse cases were in Donegal.
The overall number of coronavirus-related deaths in Ireland now stands at 4,713.
The total number of cases to date has been 237,187.
The Deputy Chief Medical Officer has appealed for people to adhere to Covid-19 guidelines over the Easter weekend.
Local Garda Superintendent David Kelly of Milford Garda station also appealed to people across Donegal to observe Covid regulations over the weekend.
Garda checkpoints are in operation across Donegal today with people on the move because of the good weather.
People have been reminded to stay within their 5km zone when exercising.
People can move around their county come April 12th.
For people who have received a Covid vaccine, Dr Glynn said that people are not fully protected from the virus until two weeks after the second dose.
The latest figures for vaccines show that 840,561 doses were administered up to Tuesday, 30 March with 20,885 jabs delivered that day alone. 603,802 people have received their first dose, while 236,759 have received their second dose.
This means 12.1% of Irish citizens have received their first Covid vaccine shot while 4.8% are fully vaccinated.