The most recent quoted, Friday, June 27, indicated that 672 tests had been carried out in lab settings and this had resulted in one more positive case.
More than 1.1 million cases were reported globally last week.
Many popular tourist destinations have "ongoing challenges" in relation to Covid-19, with countries such as Croatia and Portugal in danger of a second wave, and Italy and Spain being two of the worst-hit countries in the world, although the rate of infection has dropped considerably.
It brings the total to 1,735 deaths and 22,462 cases.
The latest figures also show that 24 new confirmed cases here.
The chief medical officer has said he is deeply anxious at the prospect of greater foreign travel associated with easing restrictions next month.
He added that we know more about the virus and how to limit its spread than we did 6 months ago, and that it's important to keep up the "national effort" to reduce its impact.
Dr Holohan has expressed concern at the plan and said numerous most popular European holiday spots did not have low enough disease rates to encourage travel to there.
Dr. Ronan Glynn, Deputy Chief Medical Officer, Department of Health, said: "Each person should risk assess their own environment to inform their personal decisions and actions during this pandemic".
He said officials were "genuinely very concerned" about the increasing "role and risk of travel", RTÉ reports. "It's important that we continue to avoid all unnecessary travel at this time".
This information comes on the day that sees the beginning of Phase 3.
"The population has a far higher understanding of this virus".
The level of worry was increasing, with 49% believing the worst is behind us and 23% thinking it lies ahead, the survey disclosed.