Another 52 people have died with Covid-19 in Ireland.
A total of 42 of the deaths were laboratory confirmed, health authorities said.
There has now been a total of 1,063 deaths.
Officials noted 377 new confirmed cases, meaning a total of 18,561 confirmed cases of the virus in Ireland.
Dublin has the highest number of cases, followed by Cork.
— HSE Ireland (@HSELive) April 24, 2020
Meanwhile, a Dublin restaurant has opened a drive-through service during the coronavirus lockdown.
The Brock Inn is serving breakfast, lunch and dinner – while socially distancing from customers.
Drivers pull up in their cars and a special gangway is used to send food down to the vehicle window and collect card payments.
Social media pictures showed long queues for the enterprise.
They're available on our Drive-Thru menu!
Drive thru service open from 9 am tomorrow and we're serving breakfast, lunch and dinner! pic.twitter.com/Vx0JAt82tz
— The Brock Inn (@InnBrock) April 23, 2020
The menu included fried breakfast, soup and crispy chicken wings.
Irish health chiefs have expressed concern over complacency about restrictions designed to curb the spread of the infection.
Health Minister Simon Harris has been consulting with medical leaders via videolink at the Department of Health.
He said it was an important chance to engage with some leading experts in general practice, critical care and infectious diseases.
Chief medical officer Dr Tony Holohan has said if the situation remained like this, he would not be able to recommend the restrictions be relaxed.
The Republic has imposed restrictions on movement – limiting journeys to essential errands like getting food.
A two-kilometre limit for exercise has been decreed.
Irish police have mounted checkpoints near holiday spots in a bid to encourage social distancing.
The restrictions are due to be reviewed by medical experts next week.