Per its COVID-19 law, the Irish state reviewed its COVID-19 lockdown (premises restrictions etc) last week and issued a Roadmap of dates of easing of the lockdown rules.
This Roadmap is here. The next stage applies from tomorrow. This next stage has no lifting of premises restrictions or allowance for outdoor work.
I posted some days ago with the EU Joint Roadmap for setting a unified approach to easing lockdown rules in EU member states.
The EU Joint Roadmap is here.
On the island of Ireland, the Northern Ireland jurisdiction of the UK has the capacity to issue separate instructions that differ from those on the neighbouring island of Britain (jurisdiction of the UK), but is unlikely to do this to a substantive extent. Both legal entities north and south of the border on the island of Ireland exchange information about their respective COVID-19 rules regularly.
The UK state will review its COVID-19 restrictions on Thursday, and is circulating privately (unpublished as yet) new Workplace Rules. I wrote a separate Blog post about this.