An additional 377 Covid-19 cases have been confirmed in the Republic of Ireland today.
There are 69 Covid-19 patients in Irish hospitals, with 26 coronavirus cases in ICU.
Ireland has taken another stride back to normality today as pubs, restaurants and leisure facilities reopened.
Hospitality venues can serve food and drinks outdoors, while gyms, swimming pools and leisure centres are now allowed to facilitate individual training.
Beer gardens and outdoor eating areas at cafes and restaurants are set for a bumper bank holiday Monday as people spend their day off enjoying the latest relaxation of the country’s Covid-19 rules.
Around 4,000 pubs are reopening for outdoor service, with an estimated 25,000 bar staff returning to work.
For traditional pubs in Dublin, it will be the first time they have reopened since the start of the pandemic.
Cinemas and theatres can also reopen, while outdoor amusement and theme parks will also reopen to the public.