Hospitality could begin to reopen in June under plans being considered by government.
The Taoiseach told his party last night it's looking at the likes of hotels, B&Bs and self-catering accommodation.
The plan, which is set to be announced tomorrow, is also expected to see hairdressers, museums and retail open next month.
NPHET will issue its recommendations after it meets this morning, with the details set to be considered by the Cabinet Covid sub-committee this evening.
The final sign-off will be done by the full Cabinet tomorrow.
President of the Irish Hotels Federation, Elaina Fitzgerald Kane, says the prospect of a June return is welcome...