Church bells will ring and cars will be honking their horns at 3pm across Ireland this afternoon to honour all our frontline workers.
It's part of the annual National Services Day, which this year pays special tribute to the victims of COVID-19 as well as health workers.
Garda and fire stations will also be also making some noise during the event which replaces the annual parade.
The Army Air Corps will conduct a flyover over Collins Barracks where a small ceremony will take place.
The event this year will remember all the victims of COVID-19 and in particular, health workers, both professional and voluntary.
Usually, hundreds of frontline workers take to the streets to mark the day, but because of the pandemic, the event has been scaled down.
Urging everyone to take part in whatever way they can, Owen Medland from the RNLI explained what the day has in store.
He said: "We're going to to be seeing a flyover of Dublin by the Irish Air Corps.
"Our churches nationally have agreed at three o'clock that the bells will be rung and every blue light service will be sounding their sirens.
"We're asking people to come out whether it's sounding the horn or ringing the bell just for a few minutes as an acknowledgement to all those we have lost to this dreadful virus."