396 further cases of Covid-19 have been reported in Ireland by the National Public Health Emergency Team.
This brings the total number of cases to 32,933.
Of the latest cases, 241 were in Dublin, 36 in Cork, 19 in Donegal, 12 in Galway, 11 in Meath, 11 in Kildare, nine in Monaghan, seven in Louth, six in Clare, six in Offaly, six in Waterford and five in Wicklow, with the remaining 27 cases spread across 11 counties.
No further deaths were reported on Sunday, leaving the toll at 1,792.
Dr. Ronan Glynn, Acting Chief Medical Officer, Department of Health, this evening urged people to take action to help break the chains of transmission.
“The cases we are reporting today were seeded in the last week.
“This virus spreads from person to person. We now have a collective task across the country to break the chains of transmission and stop this virus from spreading further.
“Plan to see half the number of people this week that you saw last week. When you do meet, do so safely – keep your distance, wear a face covering if appropriate and wash your hands.
“Every individual action we take to interrupt the transmission of this disease keeps ourselves and our families safe.”