The National Public Health Emergency Team are telling people to only travel if necessary.
With our own tourism industry on its knees you can imagine our first guest will be of the same opinion.
We spoke to Maurice Pratt, the acting chairman of the Irish Tourism Industry Confederation.
Walking through many of our cities, towns and villages it's tough to see some businesses have decided to shut up shop for good.
Author Emer McLysaght has been reflecting on when we've been here before and the closure of some of her favourite shops.
To look at whether there's anything we can do to rescue retail and restaurants and maybe re-imagine our towns and cities we're joined by Ali Grehan, Dublin City Architect; and Nick Corcoran, Co-founder of Cardinal Capital.
We've heard of many people who see a future working from home and are now considering a move to the countryside. Counties around Ireland have jumped on this opportunity to show the benefits of moving to a rural location.
Our reporter Liam Geraghty has been finding out more.
Barely a day has passed in the last few months without a new TikTok sensation appearing on our screens.
This week, the $100 bn dollar app announced that it is going to base its European Privacy Headquarters here in Ireland.
We're joined now by Aifric O'Connell, 2FM DJ and former TikTokker for more.