Minister of State Josepha Madigan says details around supports for businesses, affected by the latest round of COVID-19 restrictions, will be announced on Tuesday.
Under the restrictions, in place until January 30th, restaurants and bars - excluding takeaway and delivery services - must close at 8.00pm.
There can also be no indoor events after 8.00pm, and all earlier events are capped at 50% of venue capacity or 1,000 people - whichever is lower.
While outdoor events should be limited to 50% of venue capacity or 5,000 people - whichever is lower.
Minister Madigan told The Hard Shoulder all the current schemes will be reviewed.
"My understanding is that a further announcement is expected after Cabinet tomorrow.
"We have obviously the EWSS, the PUP, the CRSS, the rates waiver and all of these schemes will be reviewed in light of the latest restrictions, and obviously based on a businesses' capacity to operate.
"The Tánaiste, in fairness, has done everything possible to support businesses throughout this pandemic.
"And we will continue to do so, so we won't be found wanting at all."
And she says they are particularly mindful of smaller firms and the hospitality sector.
"Businesses, especially the small ones, are the lifeblood of the economy.
"And it's been a particularly difficult time - particularly for the hospitality sector, as we know, with Christmas coming up.
"So we want to make sure that they get adequate support. So that'll be announced after Cabinet tomorrow".