Phase two of the easing of COVID-19 restrictions comes into force from today.
Many shops will open, while people's travel limits have been significantly extended.
People can now travel within their own county, or up to 20km their your home, whichever is greater.
Groups of up to six people will be able to interact with each other indoors or outdoors, once they keep at least two metres apart.
While groups of up to 15 people can meet for outdoor sporting activities.
An Independent TD is calling on the Taoiseach to strongly recommend people wear face masks on public transport.
Marian Harkin is making the call after the World Health Organisation (WHO) changed its advice and now is recommending their use to stop the spread of the virus.
It comes after one more person with the virus died here on Sunday and 25 new cases were confirmed.
Gardaí are appealing to people not to share video footage of an attack on a 17-year-old in Co Cork at the weekend.
He was beaten and stabbed at Waterpark in Carrigaline just before 10.30pm on Saturday night.
He was released from hospital on Sunday night after being treated for non-life threatening injuries.
A hosepipe ban will take effect across the country from Tuesday which will last until July 21st.
Irish Water is taking the step due to increased demand on very sunny days, which is putting pressure on water supply.
Of its 900 drinking water schemes, 27 are in drought and 50 are at risk of going into drought.
Government formation talks are continuing after the leaders of the three parties involved concluded their latest bid to break the impasse on Sunday.
There was no reports of a breakthrough but Fianna Fáil, The Greens and Fine Gael all said that progress had been made on many outstanding issues.
However a lot remains to be agreed.