Nursing Homes Ireland is expected to say the failure of the so-called surge to materialise was among the reasons patients were discharged to homes from hospital without testing for COVID-19.
The group's chief executive, Tadhg Daly, is among those who will face questions from the COVID-19 Committee on Tuesday in the wake of the devastating impact of the virus on the sector.
Almost half of all deaths from the virus have occurred in care settings and there have been 264 clusters in nursing homes.
A full return to economic activity is important, but so too is sticking to the plan and doing it on a phased basis, according to the chief medical officer.
Dr Tony Holohan has described the latest COVID-19 figures as a "positive development," but warned against complacency.
Monday marked the first time no new virus-related deaths were recorded since March 21st, and it came on the back of a recent downward trend.
Online registration for Leaving Certificate calculated grades will be open to students from 10.00am.
Participating students should log on to gov.ie/leavingcertificate where they will be be asked which level they are choosing.
Registrations close on Thursday.
People who operate farm machinery are being urged not to endanger their lives and the lives of others for the sake of social media.
The warning, from the Irish Farmers Assiciation, comes as videos on Tik Tok show people carrying out pranks with the equipment.
Eight people have been killed on Irish farms so far this year.
The British Prime Minister Boris Johnson says he regrets the anger people feel over his chief advisor's decision to drive 260 miles during the lockdown.
Dominic Cummings took his family to be near relatives in Durham because he was worried he, and his wife, might get ill and would not be able to look after their son.
But he did go on a trip two weeks after arriving in the county.