Several large scale events have been called off or postponed due to the coronavirus outbreak.
Dublin Comic Con, which was set to take place at the Convention Centre Dublin on Saturday and Sunday, has been postponed until August.
The organisers say all ticket holders will have their tickets transferred over to the August dates.
They say: "This has been a very hard decision for us to make.
"We are fans, first and foremost, and DCC is a big part of who we are. These shows are a labour of love and it is not a decision taken lightly.
"Along with the venue and guests, we have done all we can to keep the show going in a safe manner and give people something positive to be excited for, an escape from reality for a few hours during what are very trying times."
Those who do not wish to have your tickets transferred can apply for a refund.
Please see an important update below re DCC Spring Edition's postponement. pic.twitter.com/JYPyYOkeKH
— Dublin Comic Con (@DublinComicCon) March 11, 2020
While the Dublin Tech Summit has been postponed to September.
It was originally set to be held in Dublin's RDS on April 22nd and 23rd.
Its organisers say: "In everything we do at DTS, we always put the safety of our patrons, partners and attendees first.
"It is for this reason that we, like many other international companies, have had to consider the safety of our global community in light of the ever-changing nature of the coronavirus (Covid-19)."
"We are also cognisant of our responsibility to protect the safety of our community and prevent the further spread of this virus.
"Based on the information provided by leading health organisations and the outlook on Covid-19, we have made the decision to reschedule DTS from our planned April date.
"In light of this, we are delighted to announce the rescheduled date of the 9th and 10th of September 2020."