Many of the remaining businesses closed due to Covid-19 are reopening today as part of Phase 3 of easing lockdown restrictions.
Capacity on public transport will be increased to 50% although people are reminded that face coverings are mandatory.
Masks are recommended in retail outlets, and anywhere it is difficult to maintain social distancing.
Opening their doors for the first time in months today are:
Restaurants and pubs serving food
Creches and childcare
Hairdressers and barbers
Churches and other religious places of worship
Beauty and nail salons
Cinemas and theatres
Meanwhile, other coronavirus-related restrictions have been eased or lifted entirely:
Travel restrictions are lifted
Sporting activity can resume
Gatherings of up to 50 people allowed indoors
Gatherings of up to 200 allowed outdoors
The next milestone date is July 9 where the government will publish the so-called 'green' list of countries - the places Irish people can travel to - and from - without having to self-isolate for 14 days afterwards.