There have been 8,354 further cases of COVID-19 registered in Ireland.
The Health Protection Surveillance Centre (HPSC) says it has been notified of 4,076 PCR-confirmed cases.
While 4,278 people registered a positive antigen test through the HSE portal on Tuesday.
Based on this data, the five-day moving average of cases has fallen to 7,119.
As of 8.00am, 1,333 patients were hospitalised with the virus - which is down 27 on yesterday.
Some 58 of these were in ICU, which is an increase of four.
It comes as a second vaccine booster is to be offered to the immunocompromised and people over the age of 65.
Everyone over 65 will be offered a second mRNA booster – meaning they will have had a total of four doses.
People over the age of 12 who are immunocompromised will also be offered the second booster, meaning they will have had a total of five.
The National Immunisation Advisory Committee (NIAC) said immunocompromised children should complete an extended primary course, which involved three doses.