There are no plans for a local lockdown in Dublin, according to the Health Minister Wicklow TD Stephen Donnelly.
It's after over 100 cases of COVID-19 were reported in the capital yesterday.
217 cases of COVID-19 were reported by the Department of Health yesterday, the largest daily figure since May.
Of those, 103 were in Dublin, leading to concerns that a local lockdown could be considered.
Over half of yesterday's reported infections were as a result close contact with a confirmed case, with 19 through community transmission