There are 102 new confirmed cases of COVID-19 in Ireland, the National Public Health Emergency Team (NPHET) confirmed on Saturday.
This brings the total number of cases here to 785.
The Health Service Executive (HSE) says it is working to identify any contacts the patients may have had.
Analysis of the 584 cases identified since midnight on Thursday shows 55% are men and 44% are women - with 29 clusters involving 157 cases.
Dublin has the highest number of cases at 55%, followed by Cork on 15%.
While 30% of cases have been hospitalised.
Of those for whom transmission status is known, community transmission accounts for 42%, close contact accounts for 23% and travel abroad is 35%.
Dr Tony Holohan, chief medical officer at Department of Health, said: “The department is aware that pubs in some areas of the country are continuing to open, in contravention of existing public health advice.
"If any such premises become known to us, the minister will be advised to use his regulatory powers to enforce the temporary closure of premises in order to prevent the spread of COVID-19.
“We are also asking An Garda Síochana to assist in encouraging the public to abide by the public health advice on social distancing by encouraging any groups congregating in public to disperse."
The Health (Preservation and Protection and other Emergency Measures in the Public Interest) Act was signed into law by President Michael D Higgins on Friday.
This gives the Health Minister Simon Harris the power to prohibit and restrict the holding of certain events - and to close certain premises, for example pubs.