The incidence of Covid-19 in Donegal has risen slightly, according to new figures.
Donegal now has Ireland’s third highest 14-day Covid incidence rate at 177.8 per 100,000, as of Wednesday 16th June.
The figure is up from 165.8 recorded the previous day.
There were 283 newly confirmed cases in Donegal in the past fortnight. The five-day moving average of cases is 18.
Limerick currently has Ireland’s worst rate of infection, followed by Carlow.
The number of acute Covid cases in the county has reduced dramatically in recent weeks, the HSE has said.
The Letterkenny COVID-19 Assessment Hub closed last Friday due to a reduction in demand.
The Long COVID Clinic will continue to operate one day per week, on a Tuesday, and new referrals will be accepted by phone until the electronic referral system is back up and running.