More and more businesses around the country have returned to trading, as Ireland entered phase three of the Government's roadmap for re-opening on Monday.
People can now travel anywhere in Ireland, with the 20km and county boundary rule rescinded.
All adult education facilities creches, childminding facilities and pre-schools can re-open - as well as summer camps, youth clubs and all indoor and outdoor amenities for children.
Well-being services like massage therapy, acupuncture, reflexology and homoeopathy can resume - as can hairdressers, barbers, nail and brow salons, beauty salons, spas, tanning, tattooing and piercing services.
Cafés and restaurants which serve food on the premises - as well as pubs and hotel bars operating as restaurants - have also opened their doors.
As can museums, galleries, theatres, concert halls and other cultural outlets.
Cinemas and music venues can also resume, but this excludes nightclubs and discos.
Religious buildings and places of worship are also taking in people for the first time in months.
Driving schools can also re-open as can all remaining retail (for example, bookmakers), services and commercial activities.
However anyone who can work from home is advised to continue to do so wherever possible.
Indoor gatherings of up to 50 people can take place when conducted in line with public health advice.
While outdoor gatherings of up to 200 people can be held under the same public health conditions.
Indoor gyms, exercise facilities, sports clubs and public swimming pools can also open to the public.
People are being urged to use public transport only for essential journeys, and to wear face coverings.
Under the latest changes, all non-essential overseas travel should still be avoided - while passengers arriving from overseas are expected to self-isolate for 14 days.