All but two areas of Cavan and Monaghan have Covid-19 incidence rates below the national average.
Cavan-Belturbet has the highest rate locally, followed by Ballybay-Clones.
In the fourteen days up to last Monday, the national average rate of infection in Ireland was 131.7 cases per 100,000 population.
For the same period, Cavan-Belturbet had a rate of 235.
Ballybay-Clones was also above the national average at 185 cases per 100,000.
In Bailieborough-Cootehill the rate was 81.9, while it was 66.1 in north Monaghan.
The Carrickmacross-Castleblayney LEA has the lowest incidence rate in County Monaghan at 56, while Ballyjamesduff in Cavan was lower still at just 54.3.
Nationally, one area of Dublin has a rate more than three times the rest of the country, while 16 LEAs in Ireland had less than five cases in the last fortnight.