The Taoiseach Micheál Martin has warned the full re-opening of pubs could be delayed.
He was hitting out at the scenes over the weekend, where hundreds of people gathered to drink in some locations.
Pubs are due to fully re-open on July 20th.
Foreign Affairs Minister Simon Coveney says travel advice for Irish people is not changing until July 20th.
Currently, Irish citizens are advised against all but essential travel overseas due to the coronavirus pandemic.
There were hopes a so-called 'green list' of safe countries could be published by July 9th, but this has been pushed out.
There have been no new deaths reported as a result of the coronavirus here.
The total number of COVID-19 related deaths in Ireland remains at 1,741.
Meanwhile there have been four more confirmed cases of the virus.
A group which represents families of people killed in road accidents has questioned the veracity of the newly-appointed Agriculture Minister Barry Cowen.
Mr Cowen had a three month ban for drink-driving while on a provisional licence in 2016.
He is set to make a statement to the Dáil on Tuesday on the issue.
Newstalk reporter Barry Whyte has spoken about shooting the video that has raised serious questions over the re-opening of all pubs.
It was captured and tweeted at Dame Lane in Dublin city on Saturday.
Taoiseach Micheál Martin has suggested such scenes could delay further re-opening plans, set for July 20th.