Minister for Health, Simon Harris has expressed worry that people are becoming complacent in lockdown as Ireland's growth rate improves.
Posting to Twitter, he said: "A little worried that some complacency is setting in. We have made progress but we’re not yet where we need to be. We need to see a fall in new cases. Encouraging signs. But please let’s not slip up now. #StayHome. It’ll be worth it! Retweet so we all get a reminder #Covid19."
Ireland remains in a state of lockdown until at least May 5.
39 deaths and almost 500 new cases of coronavirus were confirmed in Ireland on Sunday evening.