Figures announced on Friday by the Northern Ireland Statistics and Research Agency reveal 816 COVID-19 related deaths up to the 19th June.
Meanwhile, the chair of the Irish Epidemiological Modelling Advisory Group for NPHET has urged the public to give careful consideration before travelling overseas.
More than 1.1 million cases were reported globally last week.
Irish Health Officials have reported one more death as a result of COVID-19 today in Ireland..
The Chief Medical Officer has raised concerns over the return of worldwide travel, saying it risks a second wave of the coronavirus here.
Chief Medical Officer Dr Tony Holohan said said 10 of the new cases confirmed on Saturday are among adults aged under 35.
"In recent days, for example, some cases have had large numbers of close contacts that have required testing and self-isolation for 14 days".
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But he reiterated that it should only be used for patients with severe or critical disease and under close clinical supervision. The most hard situation is observed in North and South America, as well as in some Asian countries.
The total number of COVID-19 deaths in the Republic now stands at 1,735.
The latest available figures show Offaly has a recorded total of 483 people with coronavirus while Laois figures remain at 265 confirmed cases of COVID-19. The risk of imported cases remains high.
"However, we are witnessing new outbreaks across various countries as they ease restrictions and this reminds us of two things - the importance of adherence to public health guidelines as we ease restrictions here in Ireland and the importance of continuing to avoid all non-essential travel".
He said: "If we do find ourselves in a situation where we come to the end of phase four and do run into further challenges across the country or in a region, what measures will we need to take?"
Speaking about the data, Dr Esmond Birnie said, "Some of that difference between NI and RoI and GB may be explained by the much higher population density in England: three times higher than that NI and six times higher than that in RoI".
He urged people to continue hand washing, physical distancing, cough and sneeze hygiene and the wearing of face coverings.
The level of worry was increasing, with 49% believing the worst is behind us and 23% thinking it lies ahead, the survey disclosed.