There are now about 10 people with the coronavirus in the north west, with fewer than five in each of counties Donegal and Sligo.
It’s a similar situation in Cavan and Roscommon.
So far, there has been no confirmed case in Leitrim.
Yesterday, the Health Protection Surveillance Centre was informed of 74 new confirmed cases of the coronavirus, bringing the total in the country to 366
But that number is expected to increase again today.
Those affected include 29 women and 45 men.
The greatest number — one in four cases — of those with the virus are aged between 35 and 44.
Two-thirds of cases are younger than 55 years.
The greatest number of infections so far is as a result of travel abroad.
One in five are healthcare workers.
Meanwhile, an array of groups and clubs throughout the region are working to help vulnerable people, such as the elderly and those living alone.
Among the groups helping out are many GAA clubs.
Pat Walsh is vicechairman of the Realt na Mara club in Bundoran.
He told the North West Today Show that clubs like his were now paying back for what it had got in the past from the local community.