Figures on the county-by-county roll-out obtained by the Irish Independent show 90.5% of adults in Meath and 89.9% in Louth have been vaccinated.

The paper also looks at 14 day incidence rate of Covid-19 in each county. The rate in Louth is 559.4 per 100,000 people. Meath has a rate of  504

Despite having the highest levels of spread of the virus Monaghan and Donegal have the lowest uptakes of vaccines with just 81 and 83 percent respectively getting jabbed.

It’s followed by Laois which has 85 percent of people getting the vaccine.

While the highest uptake is around the south-east with Tipperary, Waterford, Wexford and Carlow all having uptakes of more than 96 percent.

Sligo, Wicklow and Limerick all have more than 95 opting for a jab.

The figures are based on adults over the age of 18 from a week ago.