The Monaghan LEA has one of the lowest incidence rates of covid-19.
Meanwhile, Cavan-Belturbet is the only LEA in the Northern Sound region to have a 14-day incidence rate that is above the national average.
The figures cover the 14-day period up to the 28th of March.
The Monaghan LEA has the tenth lowest 14-day incidence rate of covid-19, with a rate 1,318 per 100,000 population.
This compares to a national average of 1,871.
Meanwhile, Cavan-Belturbet is the only area in the region to have an incidence rate above the national average, at 2,022.
Elsewhere, Carrickmacross-Castleblayney has a 14-day incidence rate of 1,614, and Ballybay-Clones has a rate of 1,478.
In Co Cavan, Bailieborough-Cootehill has a rate of 1,602 per 100,000 population, while Ballyjamesduff has the lowest rate in the county, at 1,337.
Nationwide, Carndonagh in Donegal has the lowest rate at 961 and Castlebar in Mayo has the highest at 2,874.
Meanwhile, Co Monaghan has the lowest county-wide incidence rate, at 1,357 cases per 100,000 population and Co Cavan ranks third-bottom, on 1,611.