In line with the plan set out in COVID-19 Resilience & Recovery 2021:
The Path Ahead, the Government has today (March 30th) announced the phased easing of some restrictions for the month of April, to commence on 12th April.
From 12 April:
• Full return to in-school teaching
• Two households permitted to meet outdoors for social and recreational purposes (excluding private gardens).
• Travel restrictions to be relaxed within own county or within 20km of residence if crossing county boundaries
• All residential construction can recommence
• ELC and school aged childcare services to be added to the list of essential services for construction activity.
From 19 April:
• Expansion of elite sports to include training for and playing of National Governing Body sanctioned and organised adult intercounty National Gaelic Games Leagues not including under 20 or minor competitions.
From 26 April:
• Outdoor sports facilities and visitor attractions to reopen
• Underage non-contact outdoor training in pods of 15
• Maximum attendance at funerals capped at 25 people
• Those with full protection from the vaccine may visit indoors with one other household who also has full protection.
From 4 May:
• Full re-opening of construction activity
• Phased return of non-essential retail commencing with click & collect and outdoor retail (garden centres/nurseries)
• Recommencement of personal services on a staggered basis
• Reopening of museums, galleries and libraries.
You can read more about this here