The Covid 19 vaccine is expected to be rolled out in Ireland next month and already people are making arrangements for life after the virus.
The Longitude music festival in Dublin is selling tickets for its gig in July next year.
But Tánaiste Leo Varadkar says there are no guarantees that concerts currently being advertised will go ahead.
It's another sign of politicians trying to ensure people do not let their guard down because a vaccine is in sight.
With the latest analysis RTÉ's Paul Cunningham is joined by Mary Regan, Sandra Hurley and David Murphy.
They also discuss Fianna Fáil's woes, the Pat Finucane murder and Brexit.
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