Ireland continues to lopen up to-day with a major easing of Covid-19 restrictions including live music returning and larger crowds allowed at indoor venues.
The Government confirmed last week that it would be embarking on a phased easing of Covid-19 restrictions, which will eventually see the removal of the vast majority of public health regulations by the end of October.
The numbers permitted to attend outdoor sports events increases from today, while restrictions on indoor venues will be eased, with larger crowds permitted.
Indoor venues will be able to use up to 60% of capacity when holding events for people who are fully vaccinated..
For outdoor events, 75% of capacity will be available for vaccinated individuals.
All religious ceremonies will be allowed to proceed with 50% of venue capacity regardless of the immunity status of those in attendance.
Live music at weddings is also set to return from to-day, with the number of attendees fixed at 100.