There has been a major drop in the number of fines issued by Gardaí for breaches of Covid-19 restrictions.
Ten Covid-19 related fines were handed down in Donegal in the past week.
A total of 122 fines were issued in the county since 1st April.
The easing of travel restrictions has impacted the number of fines issued. However gardaí say they are continuing to find groups gathering at house parties, social gatherings and for group exercise.
Over 3,600 fines have been issued to date to people attending or organising house parties.
With the good weather this weekend, gardaí are asking everyone to continue “acting responsibly and stay safe”.
Deputy Commissioner, Policing and Security, Anne Marie McMahon said: “With good weather forecast this weekend we would ask people to continue to enjoy the outdoors responsibly. Please limit your social contacts. Please do not meet in large groups. Please do not attend parties or gatherings held inside or outside.”
A statement said: “An Garda Síochána will be continuing nationwide checkpoints and high visibility patrols at public amenities, parks and beauty spots across the country this weekend in support of public health regulations.
“An Garda Síochána is again advising the public of the need to plan their activities over the weekend to take account of the new limitations on non-essential travel i.e. travel within your county or 20km from your home if crossing county boundaries.”