There are now more than 800 recently arrived International Protection Applicants without any State-provided shelter.
The latest figures published by the Department of Integration show that there are now 834 asylum seekers who have not been offered any accommodation since the Government ceased offering it to all eligible new arrivals in December, amid a shortage of available places.
That is up 92 since Tuesday, when 742 were without accommodation.
In that time, just two of those who were initially not offered accommodation since 4 December, were offered a space.
Seven new arrivals were also offered a space after a “vulnerability triage”.