Pubs and restaurants are set to welcome back customers indoors from next Monday.
Indoor hospitality will resume for people who are fully vaccinated, without time limits on tables.
Closing time will remain at 11.30, and when children are present, a 2-metre distance must be in place between tables.
The Cabinet is due to sign off on the guidelines today, while the President has officially signed off on the new legislation.
An app is being developed to allow people show they're fully vaccinated, and it's understood digital and paper certs will be accepted.
Ballina restauranteur Noel Regan is looking forward to reopening for indoor dining from next week, but says he has concerns over he and his staff having to police the new certs, and decide who can or cannot be allowed in.
The owner of Crocketts Bistro on the Quays in Ballina told Midwest News that while the weather over the past two weeks has been ideal for outdoor dining, he's looking forward to welcoming back customers indoors....