The Bailieborough-Cootehill LEA is the only one across the Northern Sound region to have a 14-day incidence rate that is above the national average.
After recording 182 confirmed cases of coronavirus in the two-week period up to Monday, November 1st, Bailieborough-Cootehill has an incidence rate of 745 per 100,000 population.
The national average is 695 per 100,000.
Carrickmacross-Castleblayney comes next, registering 130 cases over the past forthnight - an incidence rate of 607.
The incidence rate in Cavan-Belturbet is slightly lower, with an incidence rate of 593 after 154 confirmed cases, and the Ballyjamesduff LEA is lower still, with an incidence rate of 585 after recording 151 cases.
The Monaghan and Ballybay-Clones LEAs have significantly lower rates of the virus.
The 14-day incidence rate in the Monaghan LEA is 494 after recording 112 cases over the two-week period, while Ballybay-Clones has an incidence rate of 365 after registering 63 new confirmed cases.
Meanwhile, the Waterford City South LEA has the highest 14-day incidence rate in the country, at 1,482 per 100,000, and Belmullet in County Mayo has the lowest rate, at 95 per 100,000.