The HSE has revealed the location of all the walk-in vaccination centres.
Each centre has a particular day and time where an appointment is not needed to avail of a vaccine.
They will open nationwide this weekend for those over the age of 16.
The addresses, times and parking information are available on HSE.ie.
The centres in Dublin are the Aviva Stadium, UCD, Citywest, Croke Park, and the National Show Centre.
You can book a #COVID19 test online for a number of test centres across the country. Just log on to our system and pick a time slot up to the end of the following day. Learn more here: https://t.co/MqAqQSTKH3 pic.twitter.com/n8rVtTXtBA
— HSE Ireland (@HSELive) July 28, 2021
It comes as 70% of the adult population is now fully vaccinated against Covid 19 and 85% have received their first dose.
The Health Minister says people may be offered covid booster vaccines as soon as September.
They will be offered to people at high risk of illness or exposure to covid.
A great National milestone today. Over 70% of the adult population are now fully vaccinated & 85% partially. Over 50,000 more vaccines administered yesterday. With this continued pace, we all want to reverse the trend on Delta and protect more & more people from illness.@HSELive
— Paul Reid (@paulreiddublin) July 28, 2021
The number of Covid-19 patients in Irish hospitals has increased by 58% in the past week.
Latest figures show there are 152 patients with the virus on wards, which has gone up from 142 yesterday.
According to the HSE that total includes 27 patients are in ICU.