Thirteen more people have died with Coronavirus in Ireland.
The Department of Health has also confirmed 76 new cases today.
While that's a drop from yesterday's figure of 115 cases.
In total, 1,604 people have died and the total number of infections is 24,582.
— Department of Health (@roinnslainte) May 23, 2020
Dublin Accounts For Most Coronavirus Cases
Dublin has the highest number of cases at 11,830, which is 48% of all cases
Followed by Cork with 1,420 cases and then Kildare with 1,387 cases.
Both counties account for 6% of all cases.
Social Distancing Guidelines Have Not Changed
Meanwhile Taoiseach Leo Varadkar says the social distancing advice has not changed.
Members of cabinet yesterday held discussions about changing it from two metres to one.
World Health Organisation advice says one metre, or three feet is enough.
The WHO says: "Maintain at least one metre (three feet) distance between yourself and others."
However guidance from the HSE say a space of two metres (6.5 feet) should be kept between people.
But Mr Varadkar confirmed earlier that there is no change to the advice.