The number of coronavirus cases in the Republic of Ireland has now increased to 24.
Three more were announced on Monday night as world numbers continue to rise.
One of the most recent cases is a female in the south of the country, associated closely with a confirmed case.
Another is a female in the west of the country, also associated closely with a confirmed case.
The third is a female in Southern Ireland, a healthcare worker associated with close contact with a confirmed case.
Tony Holohan, Chief Medical Officer, Department of Health, said: “While Ireland remains in a containment phase, we will eventually move on to the delay phase and then to the mitigation phase.”
Here is all you need to know about where all coronavirus cases are currently located in Ireland;
Map of Coronavirus Ireland
Above, we analyze the areas where all confirmed cases of COVID-19 have been registered in Ireland.
– Two cases have been confirmed in Dublin: one in Glasnevin, while the other was connected to Trinity College.
– Seven other cases have been confirmed in the eastern part of the country, but exact positions are not released.
– A family of four in Co Clare has all confirmed that they have Covid-19. One of them is a male doctor who has worked in turns at Limerick University Hospital since returning home after showing no symptoms.
– Last night’s announcement means that there have now been four confirmed cases in the western part of the country, but exact locations have not been released.
– The first community-transmitted case was registered at Cork University Hospital on Thursday while another community-transmitted case at Bon Secours Hospital, Cork was confirmed yesterday evening.
– Five cases have been confirmed in the south of the country, but exact locations have not been released.