59 people are being treated for the virus in Ireland's other hospitals.
There are now 8 hospitals with no Covid patients, according to the head of the HSE.
That includes Naas General Hospital, and Tullamore.
Last night, there were 59 patients with the virus in Irish hospitals with 23 in intensive care.
It is the lowest number of patients in hospital since September 13th and the lowest number in intensive care since St Stephen’s day.
HSE chief executive Paul Reid said the benefits of the vaccine programme are clear to see:
Further good news this morning. 8 adult hospitals now have zero #covid19 inpatients (St James's, Naas, Tullamore, Sligo, Galway, Kilkenny, Mercy, Waterford). Also the three Children's Hospitals at Temple St, Crumlin & Tallaght. Great relief for patients, public & staff. @HSELive— Paul Reid (@paulreiddublin) June 11, 2021