As the number of coronavirus cases climb and Dublin looks set to have restrictions put on it, we look at where the surge is coming from.
According to the latest data from the HSE's Health Protection Surveillance Centre (HPSC), the majority of cases are coming from private houses and nursing homes.
It has published the number of COVID-19 outbreaks by setting up to midnight on Saturday September 12th.
Private houses accounted for the most cases, followed by nursing homes and then residential institutions.
Hospital and workplace settings have also seen a large number of cases.
There were 22 new COVID-19 workplace outbreaks notified in the week.
These included six in meat/poultry/fish plants and three related to the construction industry.
In total, 107 COVID-19 outbreaks in workplaces have been notified up to midnight on September 12th.
Workplace outbreaks involved a variety of facilities - including food wholesalers/distribution centres, pizza delivery premises, factories, primary care centres and Garda stations.
Some 52 COVID-19 outbreaks involved food/beverage related industries, of which 37 were in meat/poultry/fish processing plants in all HSE areas, and five were in mushroom farms/facilities.
The settings with the least amount of cases were hotels and childcare facilities, the data shows.
There were also three new outbreaks reported in homeless facilities.