University Hospital Kerry has the second highest number of Covid-19 patients in the country.
As of last night, there were 89 people in hospital with the virus.
The number of patients being treated for Covid-19 in UHK has doubled from 10 days ago.
The hospital is dealing with a surge in cases, treating 89 patients as of 8pm last night.
14 of those cases were confirmed in the 24 hours prior.
That figure is the second highest in the country, behind the Mater in Dublin which has 96 Covid-19 patients, and is the same as University Hospital Limerick.
Yesterday, Tánaiste Leo Varadkar said the country is dealing with a second wave of the Omicron variant but the government will not be imposing further restrictions.
Meanwhile, there is one ICU bed available at UHK and two general beds.