Cabinet to signed off on plans for hospitality, travel and live events on Friday.
Foreign holidays could return as early as July under plans to be finalised by the government this week.
A cabinet meeting on Friday will sign off on the plans for hospitality, travel and live events for the summer.
Our Political Correspondent Seán Defoe reports:
“Very likely” there will be international holidays for Irish people this summer Simon Coveney tells @NTBreakfast— Seán Defoe (@SeanDefoe) May 24, 2021
Ireland will sign up to the EU's Digital Green Certificate on travel by July 1st and will then have six weeks to implement it.
The move will likely see the end of mandatory hotel quarantine for most EU countries, but it will be kept for other areas of concern.
Taoiseach Micheál Martin says the government will lay out plans this week for re-opening a number of sectors:.