Ireland Tourism Minister Catherine Martin has said the Government will develop a plan in two weeks’ time that could see the Irish tourism sector reopen in June and July.
She told RTÉ’s News at One: “From my engagement with the sectors, speculation is unhelpful. They want clear and consistent communication.”
“What we will be doing is sitting down in two weeks’ time and we’ll be looking at the phased reopening of non-essential retail, hairdressers, museums, galleries, libraries. At the end of the month, and this is crucial for the [tourism] sector, we will be also developing a plan for what June and July would look like.”
“I’m cautiously optimistic for tourism and hospitality in the summer months. We’ll be looking at issues of reopening…