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The proportion of people staying within a 10 kilometre radius of their homes reached its lowest point of 2020 on Christmas week.
The Central Statistics Office has released figures which show just over 51% of people stayed local.
Over 76% of people nationally stayed within 10 kilometres of their home in the middle of April.
However, on Christmas Eve the figure reached a low of 51%.
Dublin saw the highest number of people staying local around Christmas with 64.4% not moving far on Christmas Eve.
However, Roscommon saw the largest amount of movement outside of a 10 kilometre radius of their home with only 40% staying local.
Leitrim, Tipperary and Mayo also saw similarly low numbers of people staying local.
The statistics also show a rise the following week of 57% of people staying local, which followed the introduction of Level 5 Covid-19 restrictions.