The country is among those that are among the hardest hit by the pandemic.
We have recorded 1,846 confirmed cases of the flu so far, with 4,058 deaths.
More than 10,000 people are believed to have been infected in Dublin alone, and the capital has seen the highest number of cases in its history.
There have been no fatalities so far.
It is thought that the virus may have spread to the north-west of Ireland.
The pandemic has hit Dublin hard as it is one of the main centres of the region’s tourism industry.
More than 1,000 flights are scheduled to leave Dublin from the weekend, as well as major hotels and the city’s main airport.
As of Thursday, the Irish Aviation Authority had reported that nearly 5,000 international flights had been cancelled as a result of the pandemics, with the majority of flights being from Britain.
Some have been cancelled due to travel restrictions, with flights from the UK being cancelled due an increased number of coronavirus cases in Ireland.
As of Sunday, there were more than 7,000 cases of coronavalvirus in Ireland, up from more than 5,500 reported on Friday.