No extra restrictions are expected to be recommended at NPHET's meeting on Thursday.
That's what the Chief Medical Officer, Tony Holohan, told politicians at a briefing this afternoon.
It comes as the five-day moving average of Covid cases now stands at 4,712.
Today, 3,666 new cases of Covid-19 have been detected in Ireland.
The latest figures show there are 638 patients in hospital, while in ICU there are 130 - which is the highest since February.
Chief Medical Officer Tony Holohan says they're aware the public's worry around Covid-19 has increased but says people are following the public health advice.
Waterford TD David Cullinane, says Dr Holohan gave him a positive briefing today.
"Well, I think the focus on Thursday seems to be evaluating those existing measures. How are they working? Are they working well? As opposed to looking at any additional restrictions so that's a hopeful message."