There have been 345 new confirmed cases of COVID-19 in Ireland, according to the latest figures available.
Some 127 people are in hospital, of these 44 are in ICU.
The five-day moving average stands at 431, while the seven-day average is also at 431.
The Department of Health has said the daily case numbers may change due to future data validation following the HSE cyber-attack.
It comes as patient records stolen during the attack could begin appearing online from today.
The hackers behind the attack last week threatened to publish the data if no ransom was paid by Monday.
The Government has repeatedly ruled out making any payment.
Officials are working to rebuild the network and a number of hospitals regained access to their radiology and lab systems over the weekend.
Officials are still working on getting systems, including those that support scans, labs and patient administration on a national scale, back up and running.
The HSE chief executive Paul Reid has said it will be a matter of weeks rather than days.
"We have validated the decryption keys we were given," he said
"We have replicated them to a much safer version. We are deploying them across the network to try and unlock some of the information.
"So, we are making progress. It is slow and will continue to be slow. We are beginning to be able to bring up some national systems and some hospitals but all of them won’t be up.
"It will be a period of weeks rather than days."