Ireland is on course to vaccinate 450,000 people a week by mid-June, the Taoiseach has said.
Micheál Martin has said the Health Service Executive hopes to reach overall targets for the population once vaccine supply continues to arrive in an orderly manner.
He told the Dail that 27.5% of the population have received one dose of vaccine to date and 10.9% have now received a second dose.
In Donegal, vaccines continue to be rolled out to relevant age groups and to those with underlying health conditions.
One such place was at the Scally Practice in Letterkenny today were there were drive-thru queues for the vaccine.
Mr Martin said that 191,800 vaccines Pfizer vaccines arrived in the country today, one of the largest volumes to arrive to date.
He added there is “no menu of vaccines to choose from” as there is not enough volume to offer choice, but the HSE is working to implement the National Immunisation Advisory Committee’s (NIAC) advice in relation to the roll-out of both the Johnson & Johnson vaccine to the over 50s and AstraZeneca to over 60s.
The Department of Health has said that up to last Sunday, over 1.7 million doses of vaccine had been delivered to Ireland.
Of these, over 1.4m had been administered by last Monday.