Almost 1,000 people have been fined for non-essential travel in the past ten days.
The 100 euro penalties were introduced on Monday of last week, and apply to people who are over 5km from their homes.
As of yesterday, 771 fines had been issued and another 200 are being checked and processed.
30 people have also been fined 80 euro for not wearing face-masks - with 26 of them being in shops.
A breakdown by Garda region of the non-essential travel fines issued up to close of business yesterday is: 144 issued in the DMR, 315 in East, 213 in South, and 99 in North West.
Of those receiving the fines, 77 per cent have been male and 23 per cent have been female. The age breakdown is: 18-25 (40 per cent), 26-35 (26 per cent), 36-45 (21 per cent), 46-55 (8 per cent), 56-55 (3 per cent), and 66 plus (2 per cent).