A Cabinet sub-committee has concluded without making any decisions on financial supports for the hospitality sector.
Ministers on the sub-committee on economic recovery were updated about the Employment Wage Subsidy Scheme (EWSS), which is due to see a cut in rates on December 1st.
They also discussed the CRSS scheme for businesses impacted by restrictions, but no changes were recommended for the moment.
It was noted that could change if public health advice from NPHET also changes.
Members of the hospitality industry have called for extra supports due to the impact of restrictions and the latest wave of COVID-19 cases on their businesses.
Restaurants and other venues have reported significant numbers of cancelled bookings, particularly when it comes to Christmas parties.
Meanwhile, nightclub and late bar owners are set to be significantly impacted by last week's introduction of a midnight curfew for hospitality businesses.
The Licensed Vintners Association has called for the immediate reintroduction of "the full level of supports for the people who will once again find themselves out of work and for the businesses who employ them".
The Taoiseach earlier said the Government is "conscious" of the impact of new restrictions on businesses.
He said the Government will be "guided" by any advice they receive and will continue assessing the situation.