It comes as part of the HSE's Tobacco Free Ireland Programme.
There are calls to raise the legal age of buying tobacco and e-cigarettes to 21.
It comes as research has shown a slight increase in smoking in Ireland in the last 2 to 3 years.
The number of adults smoking lies at around 18 per cent, but the HSE aims to reduce the cohort to 5 per cent by 2025.
Fantastic video here highlighting the benefits of quitting smoking from service users themselves and one of our @HSEQuitTeam Stop Smoking Advisors highlighting the supports available. Shown on Monday in Southill, #Limerick at the local launch of #SláintecareHealthyCommunities pic.twitter.com/jVtYEssRei
— HSE Health & Wellbeing (@HsehealthW) November 9, 2022
It comes as the government increased the price of a pack of 20 cigarettes to 15 euro and 50 cent in this year's budget.
Fine Gael Health Spokesperson, Colm Burke, says further intervention is required to bring numbers down:
"This is about healthcare and long-term planning."
"If we stopped everyone smoking in the morning, it will still take us 25 years where we still be dealing with it as a health issue."