THE Irish Government is to examine plans for reopening of hotels, B&BS and mobile home sites in June.
With a number of restrictions set to be lifted in May, it is believed that Cabinet members are keen for domestic Irish tourism to resume in June.
Next month, it is envisaged that hairdressers and religious services will return while there are hopes for click-and-collect services to resume for non-essential outlets as well as outdoor sports training for adults.
A Fianna Fáil parliamentary party meeting last night heard Taoiseach Micheál Martin outline suggestions for a resumption of domestic tourism this summer.
Martin is scheduled to give a national address regarding the reopening plans this Thursday.
Speaking yesterday, he said: “We’ll make a comprehensive statement on Thursday, a very comprehensive statement, we’ll give plenty clarity.
“We gave dates and timelines for the month of April, we’ve honoured those, so far so good, the Irish people have responded magnificently to the guidelines, all we open we want to keep open this time.”Tags: