The Taoiseach has tested negative for COVID-19 after being a close contact of the French President Emmanuel Macron.
Meanwhile, Justice Minister Helen McEntee is restricting her movements this evening after being a close contact of a possible case.
Micheál Martin was restricting his movements earlier after being a close contact of the President Macron, who has tested positive for coronavirus.
Multiple European leaders had to self-isolate or restrict movements after spending time with Mr Macron at last week's European Council meeting.
The Taoiseach had a rapid test this afternoon, which was negative for COVID.
However, Justice Minister Helen McEntee is restricting her movements this evening.
A spokesman for the Minister confirmed she is a close contact of someone who is being tested after displaying symptoms, and as a result will restrict her movements pending the result of that test.
Macron tests positive
It was announced earlier that President Macron has tested positive for coronavirus, with the Elysee Palace saying he was tested after showing early symptoms.
He will now isolate for seven days but will continue to work and carry out his activities remotely.
The brief statement did not give details of the symptoms the French president was experiencing.
It said: "He will continue to work and take care of his activities at a distance."
The French president was among EU leaders and delegates at a European Council heads of state meeting at the end of last week in Brussels.
Mr Macron was also due to visit Lebanon next week but the trip has now been cancelled.
Additional reporting by IRN