NPHET has reported 1,144 new cases of Covid-19 this evening.
It's down 36 on yesterday's figures.
The five-day average has dropped to 1,438 - which is down almost 18% on a week ago.
There are 384 people in hospital with the virus, of whom 59 are receiving intensive care.
Live music returns to bars and weddings today, as the phased reopening of the country continues.
However, the maximum number of attendees is still capped at 100.
All religious ceremonies, including confirmations and communions, can also go ahead, at half-capacity.
Organised indoor events are allowed to have a 60% attendance, and outdoor gatherings can have 75%.
All adults must be fully vaccinated, or have recovered from Covid, to reach those caps.
Speaking to Beat News, Tony Brennan from Kilkenny Wedding Band 'The Waxxies' says nothing beats live music to celebrate an occasion:
"Seeing the happy couple for the first dance on the floor and then we just party away for the night, it's just an absolute buzz."
"That goes for weddings, pub gigs, and 21st parties, it's just a trip to play music and get that energy back from the crowd, it's amazing."